Rajeev Sigamoney began his storytelling career writing, directing and producing theater in the Maryland area. Like all good Indian boys, he holds an Engineering degree from Johns Hopkins University, as well as a Masters in Management. After breaking his mother’s heart and moving to California, he trained in the UCLA Film and Media Studies Program and Act One: Writing for Hollywood.
Rajeev then began a partnership with Dan Ewald, together they wrote and produced numerous pilots featuring talented actors such as: Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer and Emmy-winners Kathy Griffin, Wanda Sykes and Melissa McCarthy. Completing projects and deals with companies that include Disney, Paramount, Fuse, CurrentTV, and Endemol.
During this time, Rajeev wrote and independently produced the web series "Jesus People" which ended up being seen by a million youtube viewers and spawned the feature, "Jesus People: The Movie." The film was a big hit on the festival circuit, playing everywhere from New York City to Los Angeles and was distributed by Freestyle Releasing to 10-city theatrically and on VOD in April 2014. Recently, he completed co-writing the 11-episode steampunk webseries “The Record Keeper” and is additionally writing a WW2 feature for Network 7 Media Center.
Rajeev additionally serves as Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator for the Film & Television Program at Pacific Union College, where he teaches the next generation of filmmakers the importance of story.