|Here’s some pics from a show we’ve been developing in Nashville. Tattoos (yes that’s Miley Cyrus getting a tattoo), a farm, cars, boats, motorcycles, so much fun!|
Updates-Interview with Oscar winner Tarell Alvin McCraney/TBC with Tommy Flanagan/Astrella with Rami Jaffee of The Foo Fighters
|One of the best interviews we’ve had. With Academy Awawrd winning writer Tarell Alvin McCraney. Check it out above!|
|Here’s a three clip sampler from the animated short film version of our project The Beach Chronicles. This one features voice over from the amazing actor Jimmy Jean Louis of TNT’s hit show CLAWS and one of our favorite actors Tommy Flanagan from WestWorld, Guardians of the Galaxy two and Sons of Anarchy in studio doing his thing!|
|We did this is for our client C. Brian Hart Insurance. Cash Hartman struts with the best of them, Geico lizard, Progressive box, watch out!|
|A piece we did for the Astrella fashion line featuring Tommy Flanagan, Rami Jaffee of The Foo Fighters, super producer Ran Pink, Astrella and a surprise special guest.|
The Screen Heat Miami podcast is cranking! Check out some of the interviews we’ve done so far and check out the podcast at ScreenHeatMiami.com!
-Screen Heat hosts Jose Luis Martinez and KijiK President Kevin Sharpley
– Actor/producer Jimmy Jean-louis (#CLAWS, #Heroes /#HeroesReborn, #Joy/ #Rattlesnakes)
-Matthew Stein- Senior Vice President of scripted television and film for Live Nation Entertainment (who just had a big hit with their first film #AStarIsBorn)
-Interview with writer Ethan Banville ( iCarly, Drake & Josh and My Babysitter’s A Vampire)
– MMFM panel featuring Screen Heat interviewee Emmy Award winner Carlos Rafael Rivera, sound designer Justin Trieger who did the theme music for Screen Heat Miami and actor/producer Jimmy Jean-Louis.
-Kevin Sharpley with podcast 3 interviewee legendary 7-time #Emmy nominated writer Karen Hall who wrote the most watched television episode of all time, the finale of the show M.A.S.H. and everything from Hill Street Blues to The Good Wife and South Florida’s own The Glades.
-Kevin Sharpley with podcast 2 interviewee Oscar winning producer Paul Brett, (The King’s Speech, Chef, Dances With Wolves, Wolf Hall)
-Kevin Sharpley with podcast 1 interviewee CEO of Film London and the British Film Commision Adrian Wooton.
-Kevin Sharpley with Screen Heat co-host @jlmartinez17 (top pic anchor) and @julzvelazquez (middle front-bottom)+podcast assistant @joffre26 (middle-bottom) of KijiKmultimedia.
-Interview with Carlos Rafael Rivera who won an Emmy for musical composition for the limited series Godless on Netflix
Here’s a hit below from The Beach Chronicles Comic Two: Dirk Jenson, Lamiche, and Red Dragon rip it up on the way to madness!
The Beach Chronicles COMIC ONE and TWO are now available in 4 locations!
Tacos and Tattoos 11790 SW 104th St. Miami, FL 33186
Nue Studio in North Miami 4500 NW 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33127
Alex Chiong Tattoo Studio 12949 Biscayne Blvd North Miami, Fl, 33181
SWEAT Records 5505 NE 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33137
more info at thebeachchronicles.comhttps://youtu.be/IqzvMQMYo9I
Avengers Endgame is a rollercoaster ride! You certainly don’t want to miss it.
Here’s a look at the time we were in Haiti with Thanos of Avengers Infinity Wars and Endgame (a.k.a. Cable and Josh Brolin), CLAWS/Heroes actor Jimmy Jean Louis and NCIS actress Maria Bello.https://youtu.be/tuW2JctwsLY
|Producer and father Kevin Sharpley shares the importance of education
by Cassidy Sparks
|Kevin Sharpley is a director and producer who has created a range of work that includes film, television, documentary, commercial, music video, multimedia, and video production. Sharpley is a graduate of the University of Miami and Miami Dade College. He was inducted into the Miami Dade College Alumni Hall of Fame in 2014. He is also the president and CEO of Kijik Multimedia, a full-service production company with specialties in integrated, branded and convergent media. Sharpley spoke with rolling out about the importance of exposing your children to education.
What legacy are you leaving for your children and the children of your community?
As a multi-media company owner, we consider ourselves a storytelling company. With projects like documentaries about Haiti and about one of the most important Black artists of the 20th century and other television and film projects in the pipeline, I hope to leave lasting stories about the Diaspora that at once effects change and allows for education in a comprehensive and engaging way.
How would you describe your fatherhood culture?
For me, it’s always been about joining my daughter on her journey. I feel children at an early age have their own personalities, their own ways of interacting with the world that’s unique and independent of their parents. It’s up to the parents to help shape and foster their individuality, their way of being, while also providing stability, guidance, love, nurturing and education on many levels. It’s a tough job, but one of the most enriching, especially as you see your child’s growth and development on a day to day basis.
Why is it important to expose children to education and valuable skills?
Life can often be a minefield, navigating so many things; trials, tribulations, challenges and so much coming at once. Education and life skills allow children to be able to take these situations head-on and maneuver deftly with informed and calculated decisions instead of always reacting off of the cuff and spur of the moment. At least you hope for that. It doesn’t always happen, but at the least, you know you’ve prepared them for the life journey. In addition, it gives them choices as to what they want to do in life and, again hopefully the choices end up being the right way to go.
As a father and a life coach, describe your playbook.
I try to operate with a hands-on, hands-off approach. Children need guidance and structure, otherwise, they go off the rails. But too much and they rebel. Therefore, I try to give a balance of autonomy and authority letting room for exploration, but at the same time boundaries that ensure that it’s known that if things go out of control trouble will be brewing.
How important is keeping your word?
It is of the utmost importance. I depend on people every day and if they don’t keep their word things could go off of the rails very fast.