My journey of producing my first short film.
From development to post-production, I share my challenges, the biggest takeaway, and what to look out for when producing your own short film.
First of all,
Thank you for joining me on this journey of dream-catching, entrepreneurship, and more. I love you!
The past two years have been quite the evolutionary transition for me as a leader in the marketplace.
I have up-leveled so many ways, and I'm so pumped to continue inspiring you to be the best version of yourself.
And guess what...I just finished 6 Months of Advanced Producer Training!
This was like going back to school full-time.
I had teachers, mentors, and meetings with Executives at Canadian Broadcasters.
The pressure was on, and Imposter Syndrome was high, but I got through it successfully.
Now, I'm positioned to start making million-dollar movies. Whoop!
It's still a little surreal, so I'm just approaching this as an innocent child playing in a jungle gym.
I am safe to play as big as I want.
Thank you to the OBAC (OYA Black Arts Coalition), Black Women in Film Canada, The Ontario Arts Council, and The Government of Canada for this generous...
I'm on my 10th anniversary since I started and registered a business in 2010, and now it's 2020, 10 years later, and I'm going to share with you my entire journey and some tips on what I would do differently.
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When I graduated, I was like, "What do I do?" My options were to become a pastor, a minister, counsellor, family counsellor, and all of these things I did consider, but all didn't feel right. At the time, my mom struggled with a mental illness, and I supported her that way. My high school sweetheart and I...
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