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Telling stories through audio and animation is what I live for. I currently produce the kid’s quiz podcast Best Quiz Ever and write and direct stop motion animation for Lelyow.


I started as a web developer and went on to get a degrees in business and character animation. I became an app and game developer and started a summer coding camps for kids. I now consult in the education and broadcast sectors.


I was born and raised in the Golden State. I know I5 like the back of my hand and the trails of Tahoe and Yosemite as if they were my own backyard. I love California and have a heart for Burbank, Fort Bragg and old mining towns.


Thanks for scrolling down. I'm Aaron Robbins a 20 year veteran of the online media world. I've been podcasting for nearly a decade, hosting or co-hosting shows like Dole Whips & Dark Rides and The Part Time Author Podcast. I also run several YouTube channels related to 3d modeling and game development which have garnered nearly 2000 active subscribers. I love writing and producing media for entertainment and education while exploring what role interactivity can play in traditionally passive experiences. When not producing new media content I'm an online marketing consultant in the broadcast and educational sectors. I love California and make exceptional waffles.

Current Productions


Best Quiz Ever

A fun and fantastic family quiz podcast featuring questions about your favorite pop culture places and things. Best Quiz Ever episodes are narrated by a cast of professional voice talent and released weekly.


The Animation Mentor F5 Comic

Years ago I attended the Animation Mentor school for Character Animation. It was a fantastic experience. I enjoyed the classes, the teachers and the student body.  In the months leading up to the launch of the school, I was in the inaugural class,…

Mutual Hook and Ladder No. 1.

Sacramento, California is home to the first volunteer fire department in the western United States.  In the late 1840's Sacramento consisted of many wooden buildings which were built quickly and placed close together. A series of fires during the Gold Rush era promoted…

Charles Ginsberg and the Practical Videotape Recorder

Charles Paulson Ginsburg was a native of San Francisco, graduated from San José State University and went on to become and engineer at KCBS.  In 1951 he joined a US based electronics company called Ampex. Ampex was famous for its development of the…

The Oak Manufacturing Company, Inc.

In the mid 1940's west coast vending machine operators were in need of a vending machine that was flexible enough to allow operators to stock them with different types of charms. Around this time a man named, Harold T. Probasco, had developed a…

Sequoia National Park’s Ash Mountain Sign

The Ash Mountain sign located near the entrance to Sequoia National Park was designed by Harold G. Fowler and sculpted by George W. Munro in 1935.  The sign is made from a single piece of sequoia that fell in the Giant Forest area of the park.…


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