Bobby Black joined Aurora Films in 2002, bringing an extensive history in film and television to the fast growing company.
In 1998 he produced and directed his self-financed feature film Welcome to Serendipity. The project was shot on location in Death Valley and Las Vegas. It was entered into the Independent Film Market and premiered at the St. James Theater in Manhattan.
Bobby worked in production with Oxygen Media, Nickelodeon and VH1 from 2000 to 2002. He joined Aurora Films to help John Slocak and Brad Kenyon develop and produce their first television show, Twelve Hours At The Point.