Jordan Coleman is a voiceover actor on Nickelodeon's cartoon The Backyardigans. He's the speaking voice of Tyrone (the Moose). Jordan is in the 8th grade and his favorite subject is algebra. He enjoys playing sports, video games and hanging out with his friends. He loves to travel, eat steak and cheer for his favorite sports teams. Jordan wants to become a sports reporter.
Chrisena Coleman is an award-winning journalist who writes for the New York Daily News and other publications, founder of Just Between Girlfriends Foundation, author, lecturer and the proud mother of Jordan and Justin. She loves to travel with her children, watch HGTV and shop. Chrisena is current penning a novel and memoir.
Justin Coleman-Hall is an actor who has appeared in two Nickelodeon commercials and made his film debut in Say It Loud. He a second-grader who enjoys playing video games and football. Justin is writing and illustrating a children's book.
Carey Moore is a well known documentary producer who created Streetball Classics Vol. 1 and 2. His film became a phenomenon and a must-see DVD for basketball fans. Carey was the co-producer and director of photography for “The Karlton Hines Story.” He is currently in post production for his upcoming DVD series “Konkrete Kings – Streetball.” Carey is also a freelance writer whose articles have been published in the New York Beacon and Daily Challenge. He is a Bronx native who resides in New Jersey with his wife.
Upon his return from the Air Force, Kenneth studied film production at William Paterson University in NJ. He went on to receive his MFA in Cinematography at The City College of New York. Throughout his six years as a Cinematographer Kenneth has shot Narrative Shorts as well as Features, Music Videos, Commercials, Industrials and Documentaries. In his down time Kenneth is an avid Snowboarder, Mountain-biker, and Photographer
Setty McIntosh is a film producer and editor. He produced and edited to mini documentaries on Chris Brown in London and Talib Kweli in Australia. He has worked as an editor for VH-1 News and Top 20 Countdown and the MTV pilot for Run's House. Setty has coordinated production for sports documentaries and freelanced for Coke, Universal, Heineken, Virgin Music, BET, Warner Bros and Motorola. He works at City University of New York School of Journalism.
Adam Bostic is a motion graphics designer, writer, producer and editor. For years he consulted for several cable networks, production companies and broadcast design boutiques as a motion graphic designer in New York. He began writing, producing and editing for Rainbow Media's Voom HD in 2004 and continues to work on independent projects. A self-described work-a-holic, Adam is a film fanatic and watches all types of cinema.
Jane Yin began her Public Relations career seven years ago as a freelance writer for arts and entertainment publications. She consistently wrote about film and music for the Berkeley Daily Planet. She wrote a story about NBA Star Yao Ming and it garnered the attention of executives at BDA Sports Management. She joined the BDA Sports staff and handled PR for 25 NBA athletes, including Yao Ming, Carmelo Anthony and Steve Nash.
Early 2005, Jane combined her two passions and areas of expertise: sports and music. She launched JSY Public Relations which handles PR for musicians and athletes. Jane's clients include Phoenix Suns' Amare Stoudemire and LPGA golfer Anna Rawson. JSY helps achieve the best local, national, and global exposure in every media outlet: radio, television and written publications. Jane graduated from UC Berkeley and currently resides in LA.
Ronnie Garrett is a Grammy Nominated artist and producer. He's a producer, songwriter, and musician. His credits include working with Elton John, Dianna Ross, Lionel Richie, Destiny's Child, Aaliyah, Monica, Will Downing and the Temptations. Ronnie also teamed with Tyler Perry to produce sound tracks for movies "Diary of a Mad Black Woman," "Madea's Family Reunion," and "Daddy's Little Girls." He's also Jordan's uncle.
Herman "Pnut" Johnson the master of hot beats. He is well known in the music industry and has worked with Kelly Rowland, Amerie, Will Downing, Nelly, Chaka Khan and worked with Ronnie Garrett on all the Tyler Perry movie soundtracks.
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