Rogue grew up across the road from a wild animal sanctuary in Africa making up crazy stories. She was first mentored under episodic director Bobby Roth (Prison Break, Lost, Criminal Minds) and then had the pleasure of receiving guidance from Australian academy award winning producer Grant Hill (The Matrix Trilogy, Titanic).
Rogue is a sought after commercial director and one of a handful of diverse, female identifying directors - coming from African and European heritage - who has been in demand to direct NFL commercials, in the USA, in addition to commercials for brands such as Jack Daniels, Burt’s Bees, Meow Mix and more.
She has also amassed exceptional credits in the unscripted field - she was an executive producer/director on a two hour unscripted NBC special and for popular unscripted shows such as Dr. Phil, 90 Day Fiance, Mary, Mary and more. She has worked for high profile networks such as - Entertainment One, Paramount Studios, Sharp Entertainment, BET and more.
In 2017 she received a great deal of press for being the first director to write and direct a short Virtual Reality film that turned Emmy winning A list actor Jon Hamm into a real Hologram – the specialized piece was exclusively screened at Sundance.
In 2022 her feature documentary "LION SPY" was released to critical acclaim - and was invited to screen in the UK parliament, and numerous festivals. For Lion Spy- Rogue - went undercover in AFRICA to expose the wild antics that take place - that have forced the lion to the brink of extinction and in the process almost lost her life. WHO WEEKLY Nominated her as WOMEN WHO INSPIRE - and The Women's Weekly crowned her "The Lion Queen".
“Love In Bloom” is her first feature narrative film - which also debuted 2022. The film not only shows off her romantic and comedic side – but really highlights her versatility as a director. Love In Bloom premiered on Hulu and GAC to rave reviews and trended on Twitter.
*** ROGUE IS A REGULAR GUEST ON ABC QUEENSLAND ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONS - she talks about the film and tv industry.
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