Roger’s unparalleled experience in the film and TV industry spans over 30 years. His career in television began in 1979 as Post Production Manager for Thames Television, then as Film Operations Manager for Granada Television. At Granada, he quickly rose to the position of Head of Film Operations managing 120 staff, and was responsible for introducing non-linear editing systems and transistioning the channel’s news teams from film to video.

In 1993, Roger was headhunted to start up Vidfilm International Digital, a full service video and audio post production house, which was subsequently acquired by Technicolor. Appointed, CEO, Roger successfully strengthened the company’s post production base through mergers and acquisitions in the UK and Singapore, and helped launch its digital media services worldwide. He was also responsible for the creation and operation of Disney Channel Japan for two years.

In 2008, Roger accepted a short term assignment with Ascent Media Group as Director of Film Services to restructure the Todd AO and Soho Images businesses into the new Soho Laboratory, and in 2009 came on board as Digit’s Business Development Director.