Robert Requejo Ramos was born and raised on Miami Beach to second generation Cuban parents. He often enjoys a hardy breakfast, cruising the waters of Biscayne Bay, and making short films. Robby, as the Miami New Times has pointed out, is “12 flavors of creative and a hell of a lot smarter than he looks — or behaves, for that matter. He’s a painter, a filmmaker, a writer, a musician, a Caribbean holy man, a shamanic exhibitionist, and a rampant cynic who can often be found yelling like the Visigoth of Biscayne Bay, threatening to throw all the idiots over.” Having recently graduated with a B.A.S. degree in Film, Television, and Digital Production from Miami Dade College, Robert hopes to expand his most recent short film, Rene De Dios and the South Beach Shark Club, into a feature film.