Robert Boocheck grew up in suburban Connecticut on a diet of comic books, horror movies, and punk rock music. He left CT for Boston to pursue filmmaking at Emerson College. After graduating, he moved to Los Angeles and began his professional film career as an intern to his directing hero, Sam Raimi. He went on to co-find film/music/design collective, Tomorrow’s Brightest Minds. This led to him directing music videos for artists such as Death Cab For Cutie, the Dandy Warhols, Bad Religion, Chromeo, and Har Mar Superstar.
Boocheck has also directed award-winning commercials for clients such as Adidas, Ray Ban, ESPN, McDonald’s, G4 TV, Johnnie Walker, Comcast, and Toyota. He currently spends is his time developing feature film projects, DJ-ing in his basement, and poisoning the mind of his son, Max.