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About Rogue

Rogue's upbringing alongside a wild animal sanctuary in Africa was like something out of a dream, sparking her imagination and fuelling her passion for conservation and diversity. With roots in Lithuania, Africa, and the Middle East, she grew up in a multicultural household where English was just another language in the mix.

Her family's journey from South Africa to New Zealand and then to Australia added some serious flavour to her life experiences. But instead of following a conventional path, Rogue decided to spice things up by hitting the books, studying law with a double major in psychology. She even studied international relations in the middle easy and was an exchange student in Washington DC, USA.  

 Now, here's where it gets interesting: Rogue took a detour into the world of public relations, where she found herself working on Academy award campaigns for blockbuster films like "Slumdog Millionaire," "Man on Wire," and "The Cove." Talk about getting a taste of Hollywood! But hey, it wasn't all glitz and glam - she also gained some killer insights into what makes audiences tick and mastered the art of pitching.

After that wild ride, Rogue dove headfirst into television producing and writing, producing for major studios like Entertainment One, Fox, Paramount, and even Disney! She made her mark as an executive producer and director in unscripted TV, cooking up projects like a two-hour NBC special and hit shows like "Dr. Phil," "90 Day Fiance," and "Mary, Mary." Plus, she threw in some scripted work for good measure, including "Mary and Max" that opened Sundance,  "Jack The Dog" and oh yeah did I tell you she worked with Seth McFarlane’s dream team.  But hold onto your seats, because there's more to this story! Rogue, being the creative dynamo she is, decided to take her talents to the commercial realm – and boy, did she thrive! From crafting commercials for heavyweight brands like the NFL and Jack Daniels to whipping up visually stunning ads for Burt's Bees and Meow Mix. With her hands-on approach and natural storytelling flair, she transformed every project into a masterpiece.  Rogue didn't stop there. She dove headfirst into the production side of experiential events and made a splash at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival with her pioneering Virtual Reality project starring Jon Hamm. Yep, she was the first to bring an interactive VR Hologram to Sundance.

And just when you thought she couldn't get any cooler, Rogue released her documentary "LION SPY" in 2022. This bold film showcased her fearless undercover mission to protect lions in Africa, earning recognition from WHO WEEKLY and The Women's Weekly. She even screened it in the UK parliament and contributed to the Henry P. Smith Bill. Talk about making a difference! She also received a nod from the Australian Director Guild Awards.

But Rogue wasn't done yet. In the same year, her feature narrative film "Love In Bloom" premiered on Hulu and GAC.

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