Writer, Director, Producer, Production Manager, Casting, Editor & D.O.P.
At 17 years old, Rohith's first project aired on BBC TWO as part of the BBC Blast Scheme and was followed by 2 student film awards presented to him by Oscar Winning Producer - David Puttnam. He went onto study TV Production at Bournemouth University, Cinematography at Ryerson University (Toronto, Canada) and then earn a Distinction for his Masters Degree in TV Journalism from Goldsmiths, University of London. His ventures outside of the creative medium have seen an 11-year career in Tae Kwon Do from the age of 7, culminating with Championship wins as well as qualifying for Team GB at the Junior World Championships in Argentina where he competed for the World Junior Featherweight title. He has also carried his focus and passion into volunteer work with young offenders through intervention and reparation schemes for several years.
Having worked extensively on acclaimed productions for Channel 4, BBC and IFC in multiple production roles, Rohith has continued to produce his own work including intensive & challenging photojournalist articles across Cameroon published for Finland's largest newspaper - Helsingin Sanomat. His hard-hitting documentary, Hooking in JoBurg was shot on location in Hillbrow, South Africa. The film earned him award selections at festivals and went on to be nominated at the One World Media Awards hosted by Jon Snow.