(written from a Production point of view)
A 1991 University of York graduate holding a Master's degree in English and Related Literature, Robinson was a Star Trek: The Original Series fan from an early age. He remarked, "I can't even remember the first episode of Star Trek I saw. I've literally been watching since before I can remember. I must’ve been watching re-runs in the 70s when I was a toddler." 
In 1996, Robinson's first two years of working for GE Fabbri saw him serve as one of the initiators, editors and writers of the comprehensive and long-running Star Trek Fact Files partwork magazine. He worked alongside Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, Marcus Riley, Penny L. Juday, Larry Nemecek, Guy Vardaman, and Tim Gaskill on this project.
Following the tremendous success of the Fact Files which sold over 50 million copies, Robinson was reassigned to edit its derivative US counterpart called Star Trek: The Magazine in 1998. One of Robinson's most notable contributions to this publication was his extensive interview with TOS' Art Director, Matt Jefferies. It was published over five issues during the 2000-2002 run of the magazine and was the most comprehensive account that the legendary designer had ever given about his work on the USS Enterprise and Star Trek.
Later, Robinson followed this up with an interview featuring Andrew Probert, Jefferies' successor for the next television incarnation of the franchise, likewise spread over several issues.  Over this period, he conducted interviews with many of the actors, designers, directors, writers, and effects artists involved with the franchise. Robinson has stated that Nicholas Meyer, Leonard Nimoy and Robert Wise were among his favorite interviewees.
Robinson was the first Star Trek publication editor to fully realize that the computer generated imagery produced for live-action Star Trek projects, especially imagery of studio models, was singularly well-suited for illustrative purposes in licensed print publications. Foundation Imaging's Robert Bonchune became an enthusiastic and willing confederate as Robinson pursued this approach.
In 1998, production-used CG imagery premiered in issue 69 of The Fact Files and was seen in all subsequent issues and in its US magazine derivative.  In turn, Bonchune, together with his supervisor Adam "Mojo" Lebowitz, garnered the inspiration to produce the Star Trek: Ships of the Line calendar series using similar illustrations.
When Haynes Publishing sought advice on creating the USS Enterprise Owners' Workshop Manual, Robinson was one of those approached through CBS Consumer Products, ultimately leading to him writing the manual in its entirety, apart from one chapter. Robinson again approached Marcus Riley to assist him with some writing and editing, alongside Michael Okuda in the role of technical consultant and co-editor. Once again, Robinson solicited the input of Rob Bonchune for the preparation of the CG starship imagery.
Robinson is currently employed by partwork publisher Eaglemoss Publishing, following its merger with GE Fabbri in 2011. His current title is Editorial Manager of Global Developments where he manages a number of licensed product lines based on entertainment properties including Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, James Bond, and Marvel Comics.
He is also the project manager for the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection partwork magazine where he has enlisted the assistance of a number of veteran Star Trek artists including Rob Bonchune, Doug Drexler, Greg Jein, Adam Lebowitz, and Mike Okuda. Robinson co-authors and oversees the preparation of the magazine, supervises the creation and decoration of the starship miniatures, and commissions new CGI models. Launched in 2018, Robinson also performs that role for the Star Trek: Discovery The Official Starships Collection partwork.
Robinson has co-authored the Designing Starships, Shipyards and Illustrated Handbook series of Star Trek reference books, principally based on content from the two Official Starships Collections' magazines.
During his time researching and conducting interviews about the Star Trek universe, Robinson has also amassed a sizable archive of Star Trek production art which exists outside of the licensors' company archives.