Rohan Blair-Mangat is a versatile director known for his rich storytelling and emotive visuals. Raised in London by a Jamaican mother and an Indian father, Rohan graduated from Central Saint Martins with a degree in Fine Art.

His credits include the short film ‘Bam’ from Jay-Z’s album ‘4:44’, an award-winning music video with Black Thought to accompany the documentary series ‘Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story’, the visual album ‘Nasir - The Film’ for Nas’ self-titled release, and the series ‘Centerpiece with Maurice Harris’, executive produced by Rashida Jones.

Rohan’s numerous projects have won several awards including; six Cannes Lions, four Clios, a One Show Gold Pencil and the Brand Film of the Year at the 2022 Campaign Brand Awards. He’s worked with talents such as Naomi Osaka, Lionel Messi, Maya Rudolph, Daisy Ridley, Lewis Hamilton and Don Cheadle.

In July 2020 Rohan co-founded Change The Lens, alongside Savanah Leaf, Alli Maxwell and J.M. Harper. The organization was created to increase representation and opportunities for Black filmmakers in the commercial and music video industry.

He resides in LA and is developing a slate of narrative projects, including the feature film ‘One Night In Compton’ with Paramount Players.