Winner of Best Cinematography of a Documentary Short Film (September 2019)

  • P&G's Because of You I Can' (Director and DP: Alex Khaw)


Winner of Best Documentary Short Film (September 2019)

  • P&G's Because of You I Can'  (Director and DP: Alex Khaw)


Winner of Best Documentary Short Film (August 2019)

  • The Man Who Saved LKY (Directed by Thomas Franks)


Finalist for Best Cinematography of an Asian Short Film & Best Asian Short Film

  • P&G's Because of You I Can' Short Documentary (Director and DP: Alex Khaw)


Culver City Film Festival & Official Selection 2019 at Los Angeles, United States

  • P&G's Because of You I Can' Short Documentary (Director and DP: Alex Khaw)


Jelly Film Festival & Official Selection 2020 at North Hollywood, Los Angeles

  • P&G's Because of You I Can' Short Documentary (Director and DP: Alex Khaw)


Nominated for Best International Documentary Short,  Best Sound Design, Best Picture

  • P&G's Because of You I Can' Short Documentary (Director and DP: Alex Khaw)

About Us

RMP stands for Red Motion Pictures and it means we are bold, we’re always trying to push boundaries, to create something original. We started as a husband and wife team, but it is growing gradually. We also have an extensive network of freelancers to work with. We stand behind each and every one of our clients’ products and services. We firmly believe in order to deliver impact, we have to first be convinced of our clients’ products and services. We serve mostly F&B and early childhood education clients, and we aim to be one of the leading production houses in Singapore.

Our Team

Alex Khaw, S.S.C

Co-Founder / Filmmaker

Equipped with a degree in Graphic Design in Advertising, Alex started his career as a designer in commercial printing industry seven years ago. He later worked his way up to Associate Art Director across several design disciplines before moving into videography and editing for broadcast to follow his deep passion in filmmaking and storytelling.

Having trained under K. F. Seetoh, who is a prominent local food consultant, photographer, writer and television host, Alex refined his techniques when filming some of Singapore's top celebrity and Michellin chefs.

Since then he has filmed, edited and produced a couple variety programs for Makansutra, which aired on Discovery Channel’s TLC from 2013 to 2015. Filming food from a street stall in Metro Manila to Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore.

Working on these programs has honed Alex’s storytelling and food styling techniques, and the different projects he takes on allows him to take his expertise even further.

Alex is currently a member of Singapore Society of Cinematography (SSC) and Singapore Association of Motion Picture Professionals (SAMPP).



  • 2012: The Food Surprise! Season 1  |Production Assistant
  • 2013: Malaysian Street Food Circus with Makansutra (Ep 1 & 2)  | Editor and DoP
  • 2014: The Food Surprise! Season 2  | Managing Producer & Second Camera

Zeng Liwei

Production Assistant (Head)

Zeng Liwei got interested in photography at the age of 18 when he played with his friend’s film camera. The ability to express himself through the camera became very intriguing for him.

Though engineering trained, he decided to go with his heart and to start his career in visual arts doing both photography and video production after graduation from the National University of Singapore.

His personal works “Waiting for Lele” was exhibited at Nanning, China Photo Expo 2014. His 10 years of experience ranges from weddings, events, corporate work, video production and advertising campaigns. His clients include Yale-NUS College, SingHealth, Draeger Singapore and Robinsons & Co.

Kenneth Chia

Screen Writer

Kenneth believes that the world needs more ideas - and fewer ads. With 13 years of experience as a copywriter and creative, he’s helped to create successful campaigns for the likes of McDonald’s, Samsung, Heineken and Lego.

Along the way, his work has been featured on CNN, and he’s had the good fortune to represent Singapore at the world’s largest advertising festival in France.

In 2016, Kenneth founded Pencil Sword. Through a strategic partnership with RMP Films, Kenneth is taking it upon himself to fight the good fight – for brands both big and small.

Thomas Franks


Thomas loves Singapore. He sees this diverse city as a unique example of multicultural friendship, a place to be celebrated, as Singaporeans and internationals work together, live together, and eat together. He is inspired by Singapore.

Thomas has been helping to make local media in Singapore since 2008. With most of his experience in NGOs and churches, he has now moved into corporate video, broadcast TV, documentary film, & recently freelance producing. He is working under his own media business True Focus starting 2012.

For Thomas, he wants to make meaningful, culturally relevant media. His latest project is about a friendship story between a Singaporean family & Foreign Workers from India. He wants to continue being a part of using media for good.