The Game on BET
I was Costume Supervisor for the final 3 seasons of BET's hit show. Amongst MANY other duties, I managed the budgets, broke down the scripts, established the continuity bibles, set up fittings, hired crew, worked closely with producers, accounting and AD depts.
Making it Rain... on the set of True Fiction
- And the guys in the club think they're doing something! This right here, is how you make it rain!!! This is a scene from a television pilot I Supervised on called, True Fiction. It didn't get picked up...
This is from one of the press shoots for the first (and only) season of Brandy's sitcom, Zoe Ever After. The dress Brandy is wearing (which isn't seen very well in this particular photo) was acquired by me from a NJ-based designer, Sameerah Hartwell.
I have had the pleasure of interviewing a great many artists that I've admired throughout my life. Common was one of the interview subjects on my award-winning documentary, "Finally Sayin' What I Really Mean..."
Sparkle & Shine
Part of being great at this job is being able to source materials. Like knowing where to find amazing pieces like these from Ronetta Coleman. On the path to greatness, be sure to take others along with you. It's more fun when you don't go it alone...
Walk a mile in these shoes!
Another source for great pieces is the reliable old rental houses, like Western Costume, where we rented these 1940's nun's shoes for a character in True Fiction.
For most of us, the first time always carries a special place in our hearts. My first movie is no different. ATL was my first feature film and it was my first real job in Atlanta.