Packaging and managing entertainment projects.
Founder, Rhythms of the Globe, an entertainment company developing a wide-range of consumer-related products and services and to serve as the foundation of a 21st century global entertainment company (www.rhythmsoftheglobe.com).
9 1/2x16 Records, was the first record company, producing the local Washington D.C. “art bands” Tiny Desk Unit and Egoslavia.
After moving to New York City, founded Global Beat – The Pulse of the Earth. Working out of the legendary Power Station recording studios, established Global Beat’s international operations, releasing albums featuring African, Native American, Caribbean, Chinese and Indian artists, winning music video awards and receiving accolades from the press and critics (www.rhythmsoftheglobe/globalbeat).
Executive Producer of the PURPOSE EARTH production team, producing three global virtual events comprising interactive live and pre-recorded programming at the intersection of science, technology, transformative practices and the arts, engaging people across cultures, generations, and geographical boundaries. (www.purposeearth.org).
Created, produce and direct the annual The Poetry Slam for Peace, a showcase with artists from around the world reflecting the many shapes that are part of Shaping Peace Together.
Produced fashion shows, music videos, and concerts with internationally known artists at venues including the United Nations General Assembly Hall and the New Jersey Convention Center.
Traveling to Ghana for over 40 years, currently producing a feature film to show Africa in ways people haven’t seen or heard. "Akwaaba" is a romantic comedy set-in present-day Ghana, driven by Afrobeats, Hip Life and High Life. Work with the artists and galleries at Labadi Beach, and a Visiting Lecturer at Radford University College, teaching entertainment law, intellectual property and entrepreneurship.
Co-produced the Radford Graduate Fashion Show for the first class to graduate from a university in Ghana with an accredited degree in Fashion Design. 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.