BCB Records & Productions
Presently, Tommy’s building a successful career behind the camera. He has directed and produced several webisodes; television dramas; and sitcom pilots: BLVD WEST;ANCESTORS; TROUPE; HEALING 100 HEARTS; COMEDY CAMP; FLIPPING BIRD & BRICK BY BRICK. He directed and produced seven films: BABY MAMAS CLUB (Lionsgate release); BEAT STREET RESURRECTED (LIONSGATE RELEASE) ; THE CLUB; AT MOMU’S FEET; BREEZES; CONFLICT OFINTEREST and SWITCHING LANES. Tommy is excited to introduce two variety talk shows that he created: Don’t Be Stupid is best described as a Bill Maher “meets” Chelsea Lately on Collar Greens! Spoken Word with Hank Stewart The Poet, highlights amazing poets and spoken word artists. He's also in production on the documentary, REVERSE THE LYNCH CURSE, an empowering piece about breaking curses of fear, distrust and envy in the African American community.
Carolyn Alexander & BradleyAlexander
Brad, a fulltime musician and toured all over the world to such places as Africa, Japan, and Italy doing what he loved to do. Brad plays a variety of music and has toured with such legends in the music world, as Solomon Burke, and D.J. Rogers, but Gospel music is where his roots are. Carolyn Alexander, a nurse by profession, was usually behind the scenes helping her husband in the record company. Carolyn has now stepped to the forefront as producer and playwright.
Susan Sojourna - Collier
With a background in poetry & playwriting, Susan-Sojourna Collier received an Emmy® Nomination for Outstanding Writing in a Dramatic Series for All My Children. A veteran television writer, Ms. Collier has written for many daytime drama series, including All My Children, Port Charles and One Life to Live. She has penned 3 feature films to be released in 2014: Conflict of Interest, At Mamu's Feet and Switching Lanes. Her screenplay Get the Show On the Road; was a semi- finalist in the Tribeca Screenwriting Festival. She has authored four plays produced throughout the east coast and was a recipient of Playwrights Horizon Theatre’s Black Ink Reading Festival, winner of the New York’s New Professional Theatre’s Writing Festival and Walt Disney Television Writing Fellowship.