Rob O’Farrell (born 31 January 1971) attended St Faith’s School from 1978 to 1984. Both he and his elder brother David were Captains of the 1st XV during their respective times at St Faith’s.
Following university Rob began work as a runner for a television production company in Soho in London. Combining his love of sport with his day job Rob quickly moved into television sports production and direction. He has worked on almost all major sporting events, including Olympic Games and Rugby World Cups. For a number of years he produced and directed live World and British Superbikes on the BBC and Sky, winter sports on Channel 4 and most recently he has worked in men’s professional tennis on the ATP World Tour.
In 2011, Rob co founded television and corporate video production company Clean Cut Media Limited. The company operates its cutting edge facility from Hampton Wick, Kingston-upon-Thames, and clients include the ATP World Tour, ATP Champions Tour, Moët & Chandon, FedEx, Aon Benfield and Twinings.
Rob would love to hear from old Fidelians, you can reach him through his website; www.cleancutmedia.co.uk