Director | Cinematographer | Editor | Photographer
A Los Angeles based director, editor, cinematographer and photographer. She recently graduated with a B.A. from Hampshire College where she maintained an interdisciplinary major of Film/Video production and Africana Studies. She has received the Princess Grace HBO Film Award and numerous film festival nominations for her most recent short film Roots in Concrete.
Film is her activism tool of choice, she aims give unresolved stories a voice and spark connections within her community. She is currently conducting research on African American familial settings in inner cities. Her goal is to make films that tell stories of trauma experienced black women and their families, not to portray them as victims, but to show their struggle, their empowerment and the joy they are often denied.
An actor, producer and director who has always been captivated by the unique world of film and television. There was something about the characters on screen and the stories they told that inspired him to work both behind and infront of the camera. Throughout high school, Kwame became involved in the drama club and theatre where he developed an understanding of character, space and intention.
Kwame is a graduate of The Ohio State University, earning a bachelor's degree in strategic communications. He aims to produce work that confronts stereotypes and works to highlight underrepresented communities through film and television. He hopes to have a hand in bringing about the change in Hollywood by telling stories through a more accurate lens.
A fresh face that has attacked the entertainment industry by storm. With six years under her belt, she stands as an acting, singing, and dancing triple threat. Her performance career began on stage, where she frequently returns to sharpen and hone her skills in local Los Angeles Theaters. Since her introduction, she has branched out to other entertainment avenues and finds joy in bringing life to commercials and feature films.
Iris attended Auburn University and was later trained by some of the nation’s best at NYU’s Tisch School of Arts. She graduated from both with the mindset of taking on the industry with her drive, determination, and talent. When not on set or in acting class, you can find this trained dancer of fifteen years enjoying a dance class or helping out with some of her favorite philanthropic organizations. Iris believes that “Greatness Demands Boldness”, and that “It’s not what you cannot do that matters, it’s what you believe you cannot do”.
Lawford Campbell II had a unique ear for music from the early age of four. He grew up in Brooklyn NY, where his environment and culture helped to shaped his uniques style. His work exhibits influences of Jazz, Rhythm and Blues, Reggae and Gospel. His earliest memories were from the television show "Mr Rodgers Neighborhood. " He would watch Johnny Costa play jazz piano and was always inspired by his execution and skill.
He later moved on to producing and playing/performing for many artist within the Los Angeles area and world wide. Although he continues to embrace his unique sound, he also embraces a love for film and video. Lawford is growing to become one of the most influential musicians to date. His driving force is to engage each listener through a musical/rhythmic conversation, leaving his audience with an unforgettable experience.