In 2012, Robert Bryce Milburn directed his first music video for Brad McGlasson's song "4.14" in Atlanta, Georgia. He then started working as a Grip and Electrician on music videos for Ludacris and varies indie short films.
In 2011, Robert Bryce Milburn graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Photography and Minor in Film & Television. He then moved to Atlanta and for some random reason was a background extra on Disney's Let It Shine. He slowly made connections within the film industry by working as a Production Assistant on TV shows such as The Walking Dead, The Biggest Loser, Toddlers And Tiaras, Family Feud, and many more.
In 2010, Robert Bryce Milburn started studying large format and medium format photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. He began producing his own photo shots and photographing his friends at various college parties.
In 2007, Robert Bryce Milburn moved to Savannah, Georgia and began studying Film & Television at the Savannah College of Art and Design. He started learning how to edit super 8mm and super 16mm film on a Steenbeck. He started shooting his own short films and his friend's short films using the Bolex H16 Reflex. Of course, all of them had no sound and were quite terrible.
In 2006, Robert Bryce Milburn designed a tee shirt titled "One Of These Days, We'll Fly Away!" for Threadless.com.