Perris Alexander – CEO | Executive Producer
Perris Alexander was born into a musical family, played piano and sang since the age of five. At sixteen he started working in recording studios as a backup musician and vocalist for major acts. Perris played keyboards for The Centurions and received a platinum sales award (soundtrack of the year) for their song Bullwinkle Part II in the award-winning movie Pulp Fiction. He also produced, audio engineered, composed and played keyboards for the new Centurion album Bullwinkle Part III. Perris was one of the composers, music editor, music producer and audio engineer for the all-star cast and award-winning movie Chinaman’s Chance. Perris was executive producer for the XXXtreme Comedy Tour pilot (Comedy Central) and was also music supervisor, audio engineer, music producer and composer. He is an executive producer for the music reality TV show America’s Music Star.
Dr. Walter L. Whitfield III – Executive Producer
Walter was born in Roselle, New Jersey. He received his doctorate degrees from Seton Hall University and University of Maryland. Walter also studied acting at Newark School Of The Arts. His acting ability was recognized by his instructor who would have him guest instruct in her absence. Soon he was invited to work at cable station TV32 in South Orange, New Jersey on various television productions. For five years he learned the skills necessary to produce and direct a multiple camera shoot, on set in a television studio. An opportunity came up to become the director of the television talk show, A Closer Look and with his experience, Walter was a shoe-in for the spot. After directing the show for three years, he resigned and moved to Maine to study film production at film and video workshops. Walter won an award for his short film The Salesman.
Bri Xandrick – Producer | Graphic Designer
Bri Xandrick began her passion for film as an offset of her upbringing. Her mother was an agent for a child prodigy artist. Bri grew up going to some of the finest galleries, spent weekends in random cities with some of the smallest galleries and was exposed to the widest array of art work imaginable. She began to appreciate the beauty in all forms of art, captivated every time she would see a film exhibit. Studying set design, performance and art through adolescence, Bri was immersed in learning about her craft.More
Scott Mitchell – Photographer
Scott Mitchell during his childhood was always fascinated by cameras. His Dad showed him how to use and let him practice on a box type Brownie camera and AGFA camera. Scott always loved photography, photos, and taking photos. He took a basic photo class in high school and college. There was no digital photography back then, just film. Scott learned the basics, developed and printed his own images. Now, with an arsenal of digital cameras, lighting and equipment, Scott has become an expert at his craft including editing in Photoshop.More
Christopher Ton – Photographer
Christopher Ton, California based Nightclub EDM (Electronic Dance Music) photographer has been capturing the night life scene in Los Angeles for the past three years. Chrisopher Ton is best known for capturing EDM Artists/D.J.’s at well known nightclubs and venues such as Exchange LA, Hollywood Avalon, Sutra, to massive festivals such as the Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas. His portfolio consists of many D.J. Magazines, Top 100 D.J.’s and upcoming talents in Los Angeles.More