Post Production Supervisor, Ryan Sheraton, hangs up his gloves after thirteen years of working at Okuhle Media. Following years of successful television making and championing an array of efficient projects his progressive journey has come to an end.
Sheraton started his journey at Okuhle Media in 2004 where he acted as -an old professor for a Woolworths, ‘Making The Difference’ campaign called Xena and Torak. In 2005, he went on to lead the Brand Promotions Department, where he was responsible for inshore, school and roadshow activations. Since then, his time at Okuhle Media has seen him grow from a presenter, production manager, line producer, studio producer to director.
To honour his excellent work during his thirteen years, Ryan Sheraton shares some of his most memorable moments that he will forever hold dear to his heart.
“Presenting Which Way for five amazing seasons. One of the major highlights was winning a SAFTA for the Best Youth and Children’s show in 2009.”
“During my time as Studio Director on Hectic Nine-9, I directed over one thousand episodes. Being part of South Africa’s most-loved live youth shows was an amazing experience.”
“After completing a Nesquick roadshow over a weekend, we gathered our gear and costumes and packed them into our trailer set for the journey the following day. When we woke up the next morning, I realised that someone had broken into the trailer and stolen the Nesquick Bunny costume. When I went to report the theft at the police station, I had to show them pictures of the costume and needless to say, all of the officers laughed in amusement.”
The time and talent Ryan Sheraton has shared with Okuhle Media and the South African television industry will continue to be celebrated through his brilliant work and successful shows.