Having worked in the Digital Media and Communications industries for over 8 years, Rudolph has acquired a wide range of skills which have added value to his journey as a Social Science PhD candidate at Birmingham City University (BCU).
After completing his computing degree at the University of Greenwich in the UK, Rudolph returned to Accra – Ghana where he gained employment as a tutor at the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI). Whilst at NAFTI, he was charged with the responsibility of supporting second- and third-year degree students with their production projects which formed an important part of their academic curriculum. Rudolph occasionally stood in for lecturers in the Television and Production Departments and also participated in production assessment exercises where marks were awarded for film, television and animation productions. Prior to holding this position, Rudolph worked with young people as a video producer and editor at Harrow Youth Parliament (HYP) and Harrow Young Achievers (HYA) in Harrow London.
Rudolph is currently a PhD candidate at BCU's faculty of Business Law and Social Science (BLSS) and his current role as PhD a tutor for the Brilliant Club allows him to offer tutorials on the psychological and emotional effects of social media to students in public secondary schools in the UK.