White Dog Arts

Gary Robinov, a filmmaker based in Portland, Maine, co-founded White Dog Arts Creative Studios with 2 fellow Maine College of Art alums in 2004.

In 2011 W.D.A. made the decision to focus solely on client-based digital film and motion graphics along with independent film production. In doing so, the studio was re-introduced as White Dog Arts – Digital Film Productions

White Dog Arts has given Gary the platform from which he continues to explore and grow in his understanding of production, editing, and over all story telling while working with such clients as the filmmaker Kevin Breslin; artists: Charlie Hewitt, Alison Hildreth, and Randy Regier; corporate clients such as: Timberland Corp.; Anthropologie; Cisco; and the Portland Museum of Art – along with numerous other private, corporate, and nonprofit clients.

White Dog Arts’ capabilities cover all aspects of your project from pre-production through final delivery; while covering all styles of work from local TV commercials to full feature productions.

Gary produced, directed, and edited his first feature documentary CanvasMan: The Robbie Ellis Story in 2009 and has worked on several other documentary and narrative projects, including the soon to be released We Were an Island . He is currently in pre-production for his next feature documentary.

Located in beautiful Portland, Maine and Las Vegas, NV – White Dog Arts specializes in telling the stories of corporations, organizations, institutions, families, and individuals by producing work that is as unique as their clients themselves.

White Dog Arts – Let us tell your story!