Robert Carnevale, originally from Providence, RI, started his filmmaking career at a very young age making films with friends throughout his childhood. After moving to New York City to attend the School of Visual Arts, he jumped in head first and started working on every project that came his way. Robert made his feature directorial debut with "Spring Break Zombie Massacre" in 2016. A documentary entitled "Sam and Mattie Make a Zombie Film" following Sam Suchmann and Mattie Zufelt on their journey to stardom, also directed by Robert, will be released within the year.
His feature film credits include Sleepwalk with me 2012 (Camera Operator); The Unidentified 2007 (Cinematographer); White Light 2007 (Cinematographer); PaperGirl 2007 (Cinematographer); 99 2005 (Cinematographer). His feature documentary credits include Walter Potter: The Man Who Married Kittens 2013 – Showing at 2015 Tribeca Film Festival; House of Cards: The Rise and Fall of the American Home 2008; BNB Music Festival 2008; Hostage 2007; Caps 2005. Mr. Carnevale also has worked as a Local 52 grip in New York City since 2008 with multiple feature film, television, music video and commercial credits including: Bridge of Spies, Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Inside Llewyn Davis, Burn After Reading and Michael Clayton to name a few.