Packaging and managing entertainment projects and producing concerts in large and small venues featuring internationally known artists, including concerts at the New Jersey Convention Center and United Nations General Assembly Hall.
Founded and operated Global Beat Music, working out of Power Station in New York City to establish Global Beat's international operations: signed a worldwide a worldwide publishing agreement with Warner Chappell; established distribution networks in the United States, Europe, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and in India with Times Music; and featured on CNN ShowBiz and National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered. Symbiose, a Congolese band, was hailed by Tower Pulse Magazine as “part of a new Afro-European movement that may be creating the dominant pop sound of the 21st Century, … a sound [that] may be the future of international pop.” Native American artist Wayquay’s music video received the best music video awards from the Native American Music Awards and the American Indian Film Festival.
Founded Rhythms of the Globe, an entertainment/media company developing a wide-range of consumer-related products and services and to serve as a platform for a 21st century global entertainment company.
Co-produced the Radford Graduate Fashion Show in Accra Ghana. The students were the first class to graduate from a university in Ghana with an accredited degree in Fashion Design. Held at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra, the Radford Fashion Show set a new standard of live-event production in Ghana. With major sponsors like Ecobank, Vodafone and Google, the Fashion Show was attended by more than 400 people, including the Minister of Education, members of the National Accreditation Board, and corporate and fashion industry leaders.
Partner, Gallery Row, Labadi Beach, Accra, Ghana.
Producer of a romantic comedy of a woman's self-discovery through an upbeat, humorous journey to present day Ghana: www.akwaabathemovie.com.