Hailing from the Caribbean, Rhian Vialva freelanced in the film industry for 10 years, working on documentary and fiction films. She also coordinated the Caribbean Film Mart at the trinidad+tobago film festival, which is the most recognised film festival of that region.
She migrated to Belgium in 2016, and in 2017 she started working at Neon Rouge.
At present, she is pursuing courses in the MA programme, Cinema with a Specialisation in Production at INSAS (National Superior Institute of Performing Arts & Broadcasting Techniques), Brussels, Belgium. She holds a BA with 1st class Hons. in Media & Communications from the University of Greenwich, UK.