- Our Creative Mission -

We focus on inspiring, artistic and cutting edge ideas through film and global media, to benefit mankind.

 

WARD MOREHOUSE III

President & Head of Marketing

Morehouse is currently an associate with The Barrett Company Communications Book, TV and film publicists. Charles Barrett personally introduced the world media to the inaugural Beverly Hills Film Festival in 2001.  Morehouse is a drama critic and columnist with Black Tie Magazine, Healthylife.net and BroadwayAfterDark.org.  He worked as a publicist for Tom Brokaw, former anchor of NBC nightly news.  Morehouse was a longtime staff correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor and a Broadway and entertainment columnist for the New York Post, The New York Sun, and AM New York.  He was also vice-president of Jack Raymond & Associates formerly a major New York City public relations firm specializing in business and entertainment.  Morehouse is the author of Inside the PlazaMillennium Biltmore: A Grand Hotel Born of Hollywood Dreams and 9 other books on the history of hotels and theatre; Morehouse is a Drama Desk member, has a weekly interview show on Time Warner Cable called Broadway After Dark; and has had two plays produced Off-Broadway, The Actors and If It Was Easy. 

KATHERINE BOYNTON

President & Head of Creative

Boynton graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.  She started performing with Godlight Theatre Company, which won a Drama Desk Award in 2010.  As a core member, Boynton performed in six shows with them and traveled to the International Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  She has gone on to perform in respected New York theatres, concert halls, and in film and television.  Boynton has received numerous leadership awards for her work with The Leadership Program serving at risk inner city youth for 17 years; including a film she wrote and directed called Diversity is Beautiful that won New York City’s Future Now Digital Storybook competition.  Recently Boynton performed the female comedic lead in Vaclav Havel’s last play, The Pig.  The show was singled out by The New York Times and they have been invited to tour The Czech Republic this year.