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NEA Bargaining for the Common Good: First Pandemic Project (5/2020)

We were approached by the NEA to do an informational video around a concept that there are many players in the realm of public education that can contribute to make things work – the idea of Bargaining for the Common Good. They had produced a […]

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Trope Troupe: New Project and My Acting Debut

I’ve been working on a concept for a new web-based series over the past couple years, usually writing and collecting quirky stories, awkward situations and random sets of dialogue. I did all this with hopes that I’d gather a group of talented and dedicated actors […]

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Visiting the Joy Reid Show (2/2020)

We had the extreme pleasure of being able to sit and watch a The Joy Reid Show in Washington, DC at the WRC-TV studio thanks to a kind gesture from our friend, Big Chess (Chester Reis). While I appreciate the wit and skill of Joy, […]

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Finding Our Way: Park Triangle and Beyond

I’ve been at this things since I was born. Fiddling with things, breaking things apart, creating things, inventing things, mostly of no real worldly value but entertaining only to myself. Yet, in 1999, I began to envision a creative company, as I delved into the […]

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Hanging Out at Chipotle (9/2019)

The Chipotle on M Street, right around the corner from the office is one of the liveliest of Chipotles. From the super-aggressive indigent folks nearby, to the drunk party-goers thinking they own the place… it feels like home. I’ve actually gotten razor close to fisticuffs […]

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My Son, The Actor

My son Excel has been engaged in various summer theater camps, acting symposiums and several high school stage productions at Wilson High School in Northwest, DC. He also assists in my productions, so his behind the camera set experience has allowed him to be in […]

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My Place to Play (10/2019)

I was delighted to work on a set of post-production projects with Special Olympics. We were given footage with interviews and b-roll. With that, we watched and listened, scripted a message that the client thought was right. We hired a VO artist and actors to […]

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Walton-UNCF K-12 Education Fellowship (11/2019)

UNCF called on PTP to film a group of twenty participants of the Walton-UNCF K-12 Education Fellowship program. When participants were between sessions at a large conference in Washington, DC, we filmed quick multi-cam interviews with each, asking them about their experience. Student Tiyanna Stewart […]

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Washington Sound Museum Screening at Eaton (9/28/2019)

Sometimes it feels good to just not have a camera in my hand, and watch a screening of something I have done in the company of others. That’s happened in the fall of 2019 at Eaton DC. Christylez organized a screening for the documentary, “Washington […]

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True Flight: 2nd Place Winner in Cadillac Under Five Competition (2004)

I was watching TV when I saw an ad for the new Cadillac CTS that went from zero to sixty in under 5-seconds. At the end of the commercial, was the announcement of the Cadillac Under Five Film Competition in coordination with the movie Get […]

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