Hey, I'm Rochée.

Rochée  is a writer/director/performer who hails originally from Jamaica. While attending Howard University, she won the Paul Robeson Award for Best Original Screenplay and Best Music Video Direction. She went on to direct the first scripted one-hour drama in Belize, Noh Matta Wat. Her one-hour pilot, Welcome to America, was a semifinalist for the ScreenCraft Fellowship in 2014, and a finalist for Issa Rae's ColorCreative.tv’s drama cycle. Rochée’s one-hour pilot, Unique State of Mind, co-written with her writing partner, was featured on WeForShe’s 2016 list of the Best Pilots Written by Women. She is a 2017 Film Independent Project Involve Screenwriting Fellow, FOX's 2017 HBCU Fellow. Her short film Suitable has screened at festivals throughout the country, including Austin Film Festival and the Cleveland International Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival. Rochée was a staff writer on VH1’s dramedy series Daytime Divas, which premiered in 2017, the Step Up series on YouTube Red and she is currently staffed on Showtime's Golden Globe-nominated series, SMILF. You can find her on stage throughout Los Angeles performing improv with her team, 850 FICO.

Rochée is represented by Josh Hornstock, Allysa Lanz and Peter Dodd at United Talent Agency (UTA), and Lucy Stutz at Rain Management Group.