Our Films Strive To
Represent Our Culture Authentically
Often times, Black people in film are misrepresented and given false narratives.
We will change that.
Create Opportunities for Black Artists
In the industry, there is a lack of
appreciation for Black art.
We will fix that.
Empower The Culture
Black people are not often shown
thriving in their element.
We will show that.
meet our ceo
Born June 20th, 1998 and raised in Baltimore, MD, since I was two years old I was always a performer. Whether it was in church, school, or during Christmas with all of my family members snapping photos. It was not until my first musical, Annie in 2008 , that I realized that I wanted to be an Academy Award-winning actress. I started my training at Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts where I was in the Theatre Magnet program and trained in theatre and dance. Then, I went on to college and received my Bachelor's degree in Theatre at Bowie State University. Summer of 2018 I was asked, "What is your purpose?" I thought I knew the answer, "To become an award-winning actress." But then I realized that it was simply a goal. I wanted more in life than to just win a bunch of awards. I want to leave a legacy. So if you asked me now, "What is your purpose?" I would say:
To spread joy around the world, share my gifts with the next generation, and create art that makes people feel something.