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, 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.