Video Rahim studied at the Atlanta College of Art where he was awarded a scholarship to study film at Prague’s acclaimed FAMU. While he was in school he directed promotional videos and commercials for skateboard companies; wrote, directed, shot and edited “Take a Ride Down,” a multiple-award-winning 35-minute narrative. Since his graduation in 1995, he has written, directed and edited national broadcast commercials; directed music videos for Sleepy Brown, Dropsonic, Arrested Development, Speech, El Pus, art-rockers Seely and documented the Dungeon Family for a Goodie Mob DVD featuring Outkast. He has also directed and edited concert visuals for P. Diddy's World Tour, Usher's Confession Tour,The Scream tour with Ciara and the Gorillaz Demon Days Tour: Directed television shows for Fuse featuring The Killers, Coheed and Cambria, Fall Out Boy, TV on the Radio, and Sparta: directs and shoots skateboarding for Volcom, and NBC: exhibited his art installations alongside the work of Spike Jonze, Harmony Korine and Paul T. Anderson at New York’s Ret Inevitable; and has tirelessly pursued new avenues of artistic expression. Currently Video Rahim is in production on a documentary featuring Talib Kweli, Dave Chappelle, Kanye West, Mos Def, Common, The Roots, MF Doom, and The Beastie Boys. He is also finishing up a documentary called REBEL SCUM about a Knoxville punk band called The Dirty Works. There are no words to describe how raw this movie is.