About Robin Rowe
Robin Rowe is the president of MovieEditor.com. As an expert in the film industry and computer technology, he speaks at many conferences in the U.S. and abroad,such as AFM. He writes a column for the Motion Picture Editors Guild Magazine and is a contributing editor for Popular Photography, Videomaker and Movie Maker magazines. He’s written columns for Linux Journal and Linux+ magazines. He created a video editing system sold by Leitch into more than 100 TV stations. He’s the founder of Linux Movies, a group of Linux technologists in the motion picture industry. He leads the open source project CinePaint, software used to make many films including Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings. He’s a producer with Gosh!TV. He’s a founder of the 4,500-member Hollywood industry association ScreenPlayLab. Previously, he was chief technologist at Fortune 500 defense company SAIC. He’s worked as a Navy research scientist. He’s taught computer science at the Naval Postgraduate School and at the University of Washington. He built the robotic TV studios at NBC-TV Chicago was a technical director of broadcast news at NBC.