Jamel Wade (Writer/Producer/Director)
A native New Yorker from Fort Greene, Brooklyn, with a B.S in Film and Video from Villa Julie College and an Associate Degree in Theater Performance and Technical Theater from Howard Community College. Writer, director and producer of the 2009 documentary Directors on Directing, Jamel also has stage and screen credits, appearing in The Rep Stage production of Anna Lucasta; and South Pacific with the Heritage Players. His film and television credits include NBC's Commander-in-Chief; HBO's The Wire, and several industrials and a TV pilot.
Melquan Smith (Producer)
Has a long history with the establishment of new artists and productions, in 1987 he founded the ground breaking Hip Hop record company Yamaka Record, which produced several artist. He went on to help to establish the Wu-Tang Clan and many other local New York artists and laid the ground work for their international success. He is currently involved with several movie projects in Hollywood, including the feature film The Pablo Esteban Story.
Roni Mathews (Production Office Coordinator)
Roni is widely known for her work on the films Serial Mom Liberty Heights and The Replacements, and television programs The West Wing and Homicide Life on the Streets.
The company is supported by Matthew Gielen, Warren Watson, Mary L.Weeks and Adam Wade.
Matthew Gielen (Producer/Director) Mr. Gielan has served as Producer of the 2008 release feature "Beach Movie" and produced and director various short films that have played in festivals across the country.
Warren Watson (Producer/Director) Mr. Watson is the Producer and Director of Photography for Baltimore Visual Arts Television, a long-time veteran of film productions and visual arts: MTV, VH1, Oprah, America's Most Wanted.
Mary L.Weeks (Producer/Artistic Director) Ms. Weeks has served as Producer/Executive Artistic Director for Columbia Matters at CATV.
Adam Wade (Singer/Actor/Writer/Founder of Songbird's Unlimited Productions) Mr. Wade is the recipient of both the Audelco and Clio Awards and is an adjunct professor of speech and theater at Long Island University (NY) and Bloomfield College (NJ). Recently completed the national tour of the hit Broadway play The Color Purple. He was the first Black national game show host from the television game show Musical Chairs. With appearances in many plays and movies including Guys and Dolls, Shades of Harlem, Hill Street Blues, Shaft.