James Bond would have a hard time keeping up with Robert Achlimbari, a man who prides himself on his fabulous gadget collection and authentic British accent.
Upon leaving school, Robert began building his career in London’s West End theatre scene. His first and most memorable show was My Fair Lady at the Adelphi Theatre where he began in 1980 as a “day man” and progressed to “stage electrician” during the final year of production. In 1989 while maintaining a freelance production design career, he accepted an offer from Rosco in London to join the company as project manager. This position took Robert all over Europe to work on countless projects, including Euro-Disney, and it equipped him with valuable experience in the commercial market.
After years of jetting around the globe, Robert finally joined All Access in Aug. 1995. This marked a transition from his career path in the traditional theatre industry into live event staging and production. Although it proved to be a challenge at first, Rob’s firm foundation in theatre provided a solid base for this new era of his career.