Themba moved from the United Kingdom to the United States at a young age, and it was there where he would spend the next eighteen years discovering, broadening,and experimenting with the technical and artistic aesthetics of visual media. Themba received his bachelors in Telecommunications at the private liberal arts school Lee University, and studied abroad in Egypt and Israel in the Middle East Studies Program.
Themba was accepted into the Cannes Business Program during the 68th Festival de Cannes, and also had ‘Ketchup & Blood’ (2015), a civil rights dramatic short film, screen at the Emerging Student Showcase in the American Pavilion in Cannes, France. Currently, he resides in Chicago as a Master of Fine Arts candidate in the Cinema Arts + Science program at Columbia College, studying and practicing Creative Producing.
He plans to finish his masters in the semester in Los Angeles program at Raleigh Studios as he further develops his first feature-length sports drama screenplay set in the United Kingdom.Themba believes Cinema has the ability to convey empathy, universally instill strength, and can be the starting point of a conversation.