A recent immigrant from the Kingdom of Lesotho, Sejake Matsela is also a current Writing Fellow at the School of Art Institute Chicago. Since the beginning of 2008 he has worked as a screenwriter, documentary filmmaker/ journalist, art director and script supervisor on film sets. He was involved as art director/ script supervisor in the award winning feature, 'The Forgotten Kingdom', that scooped awards at several film festivals in the United States. In 2009 he collaborated with Austrian photographer, Michael Rathmayer, to produce the permanent photographic exhibition at Lesotho's National Library. He taught screenwriting and film production courses at Limkokwing University of Creative Technology for three years until February 2014. His recent work as a photographer focuses on street and documentary forms, rural landscapes in the midwest and video-journalism.