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Work Samples

Documentary
“The People’s Bishop.” The film is the story of the Presiding Bishop of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Charles H. Ellis III and his personal, professional and spiritual, triumphs and struggles.

Documentary
“Summer ’67" examines the forty-three lives cut short that tragic week in July, 1967. The story, told through Detroit area reporter Sarah Hulett and Directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Bruce Harper, gets to the heart of one of the most troubling events in Michigan’s history.

Documentary
The Emmy Award-winning Band of Gold: The Invictus Story is an in-depth biographical profile of the legendary songwriting team of Edward Holland, Lamont Dozier and Brian Holland (HDH).

Documentary
Most African-Americans migrating north were leaving their farms and rural life for a brighter future in the north, the promise of a new life, and steady work. They found it in the shops (the slang term for the assembly lines) at the Ford Motor Company. This migration, this new start in the north, signaled a new era and a new beginning for Detroit and its people. Ford: The Great Migration looks at the positive effects this change had on the metro area and the country.

Commercial

Commercial