A Pennsylvania native, Rufus Q first became interested in production work in high school when he joined his school's television studio. Rufus went on to study at several institutions including PennState University, Temple University, and the renowned International Film and Television Workshops in Rockport, Maine where he Produced and Directed his first film, the 16mm short, "Broken Love."
Since then he has worked in different facets of the industry holding various positions such as Master Control Operator, Studio Camera Op, Field Camera Op, Lighting Tech, and Editor. Rufus has also Co-Produced and Assistant Directed the short film "Missing" with Rob Coccagna.
In addition to production work, Rufus also spends time in front of the camera and on the stage. Recently he has worked with PRF Productions, JPL Productions, and Ramsey Productions in Pennsylvania as well as The Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH.
Most notably, Rufus was directed by M. Night Shyamalan in a small featured role in Touchstone Pictures, "The Village."