Rock Grant

Rock Grant is a powerhouse in the world of production, directing, and editing, boasting over three decades of experience across various domains. With a rich background that spans from serving in the United States Air Force to his tenure as a Producer-Editor for the American Forces Network (AFN), Rock has left an indelible mark on both the entertainment industry and the realm of social impact.

Rock's passion for storytelling began in the Air Force as a Combat Camera Videographer. This passion led him to pursue a degree in Television, Radio, and Film Productions from the prestigious Newhouse School at Syracuse University.

Throughout his career, Rock has curated an impressive portfolio, producing, directing, and editing a myriad of projects ranging from military and corporate documentaries to promotional content for entertainment. Notably, his work with AFN involved providing American television and film to the U.S. military stationed in over 170 countries, showcasing his ability to reach global audiences. While at AFN, Rock covered events like the Oscars and Comic-Con and created shows like AFN First Look and The Big Deal, both highlighting upcoming programming to the AFN Network.

Rock's dedication to his craft extends beyond entertainment, as evidenced by his impactful projects such as the documentary, Eden Garden Orphanage, which significantly contributed to raising funds for a struggling orphanage in Haiti.

His accolades, including multiple Telly Awards, AVA Digital Awards, LACP Awards, Videographer Awards for Excellence and Distinction and special recognition from the Congressional Black Caucus.

Currently, Rock is producing an independent film called Execution by the Numbers. The film tells the story of the Intellectually Disabled who are executed on death row despite a 2002 U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Atkins v. Virginia.