RCL Graham has been making films and content for over eleven years. First starting out by filming events and then music videos, she was compelled to further her education within filmmaking. This prompted her to undertake a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Media Practice at The University of Westminster where she graduated with a first-class honours degree. After completing an internship at The University of Westminster, she simultaneously became a lecturer in scriptwriting while undertaking her Master’s degree in Directing Fiction at Goldsmiths, University of London. RCL Graham’s films tend to centre around a personal experience or emotion, and as a writer/director she is always exploring the human emotion. She takes pleasure in reading different subject matters and can be found discussing quantum physics and mechanics, time travel theory or even spiritual matters such as life after death. In turn, she takes pleasure in not only watching British and American films and TV series but also enjoys Korean, Japanese and Chinese cinema as well as Anime. RCL Graham doesn’t like to limit her thirst for knowledge or lived experiences and uses this all to underpin her writing and filmmaking. In turn, her desire to make Afrofuturist films has come from a place of self exploration of her own past and roots as well as her love for scientific theory.