After spending most of high school in the drama department Khrob became the Assistant Theatre Manager of "The Auden" Theatre, Norwich, UK. He then turned to his other passion - computers, gaining a Computer Science degree and founding Souptoys.com - a digital children's toy company that kept him busy for many years.
To get back into storytelling Khrob co-wrote and directed the short drama The water was dark and it went forever down. He then single-handedly modeled and animated the CG short Chat Noir. Khrob Co-Directed the Indie zombie-comedy I am Bish and starred in the web series The Complete Barry's Guide to Low-Budget Film Making. After making these and other shorts, Khrob attended the Victorian College of the Arts for a postgraduate degree in Film Directing, where he directed the crowd-pleasing action adventure film - Mathilda West and the Bushrangers' Ransom. Khrob is seldom seen without a pen in hand and storyboards all his & Miranda's films.