AFRECS Strengthening the Peacemakers: South Sudan and Diaspora Conference supporting Manyang Reath Kher and 734 Coffee’s mission to raise awareness for the refugee crisis in South Sudan while providing education and training scholarships.
Learn more about 734 Coffee and Humanity Helping Sudan here: http://hhsproject.org
8 years ago while serving as Miss Virginia United States I had the honor of hosting the first event held by Humanity Helping Sudan Project. It’s beautiful to see the good works being done including bringing Southern Sudanese coffee to the world! Thank you Manyang for inviting me along the journey.
The 24th Annual AA Film Marketplace and S.E. Manly Short Film Showcase.
Thank you to the Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center (http://bherc.org/festivals) for selecting, “Lew’s Up First.” Thank you Mr. Andre Campbell for the opportunity to play the super fun role of Abbey in this film.
Kicking off the African American Film Marketplace and S.E. Manly Short Film Showcase (bherc.org) at the Opening Gala and Award’s Ceremony with the Director of our short, “Lew’s Up First”, Mr. André Campbell.
Many happy and empowered tears were shed as pioneers in the film and television industry were honored. Thankful for this privilege.
Celebrating the additional Film Festival selections for, “Lew’s Up First.” Looking forward to its 2018 international debut in Croatia and the June debut at the Hyart Film Festival in Wyoming.
Congratulations to our cast and crew:
- Director and Producer: André Campbell
- Cast: Phillip Walker and Christie Black
- Director of Photography: Cricket Peters
- Script Supervisor: Tankia Williams
- Set PA’s: Cheryl Cordial and Scarlett Berrones
Synopsis of the short film:
Lew is ready to buy his first computer & Abbey the tech specialist has all the right tech answers for him. If he only knew what she was talking about. The film pays homage to Abbott & Costello’s, “Who’s On First”.
So much fun shooting these two commercials for Stein Mart. Thank you Dina Buglione Casting and Daniel Hoff Agency.
It was an honor to serve as the Marketing Director for the 25th Anniversary and Champagne Gala for the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival.
Our 4 month run of “Frida, Stroke of Passion” has come to an end.
It was an honor and privilege to be able to tell this powerful story while celebrating the life of Frida Kahlo with such an incredible cast and crew.
I’m forever grateful to have had the opportunity to bring the spirit of Josephine Baker to the stage during this run. VIVA FRIDA!!!
Thank you to our Writer/Director/Actress, Odalys Nanin and to our Co-Director, Nancy De Los Santos.
Please support: http://www.machatheatre.org
Love seeing Danny when I pop into the office!
Headshots by: Johny Marlow
Makeup by: Roczane Enriquez