Rama Rodriguez is a graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art film/video program. He is a video editor who does light motion graphics artist, and also dabbles in color correcting. His first
large Flash animation and senior film project, “Elementary Blues,” premiered at the Rhode Island International Film Festival in 2004, and was screened in two festivals in California. In 2004, Rama was an assistant editor for the reality show “Knock First,” by Scout Productions, which aired on ABC Family for four seasons. In 2006, he was an assistant editor for Dirt Road Productions, a company which specializes in political spots.
Rama also edited for Element Productions for their Boston-central entertainment website Boston.TV, from which he cut videos featuring local bands, cooking shows, local events, and more notably the 2007 Boston Celtics, which aired on Comcast On-Demand. He also edited the paid programming show “Best of Boston Magazine,” which showcased Boston Magazine’s annual “Best of Boston” winners. More notably, Rama edited an online high school sports feature called “The Rundown,” which earned his company (Element) an Emmy for “Outstanding Advanced Media Sports Program.” He currently freelances for Hasbro Inc, as well as for ad agencies in Rhode Island and Boston.
Rama is a native of South Shore Massachusetts, and in his spare time, he enjoys training in martial arts, ballroom dancing, playing video games, binge-watching Netflix, listening to talk radio,
and dining out. His filmmaking inspirations are Orson Welles, John Huston, Alfred Hitchcock, Christopher Nolan, Ridley Scott, and Kevin Smith. He is an aficionado of films from the “Golden
Age of Hollywood,” (1930’s and 40’s) as well as films from the 1970’s.