Washington D.C. (PRWEB) March 9, 2009
B. Reel Media Management, LLC (BRMM) successfully pulled off triple duty roles for the Drug Alternative Program's (DAP) fundraising concert Saturday, February 28, 2009. The sold-out event at Pastor Robert Schuller's Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California featured renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson and ten-time Grammy award-winning group Take 6. Event Producer Brian Neal tapped Stacia D. Wright, BRMM President and CEO to handle the backstage management for multiple talent and to direct and conduct all of the behind-the-scenes and post-event video interviews. Simultaneously production was also completed on Joel Kibble's Electronic Press Kit (EPK). BRMM partnered with April Rushing of Rushing Media to assist with production and stage-management for the event. Wright explains, "Our goal is to make BRMM the go-to company for efficient and quality media production, event management, talent coordination, hosting, and a whole lot more. We align ourselves with outstanding professionals and deliver exceptional results every time."
Wright conducted interviews with Dr. Ben Carson, award-winning actor Derek Luke (Antwone Fisher), DAP founders Clifford and Freddie Harris and members of Take 6. Wright also produced and interviewed Kibble for his EPK. Features for the promotional video will include his first-hand account of being a part of Take 6, a winning team and the most nominated group in Grammy history for over fifteen years, overcoming adversity, and how to break detrimental cycles, as well as his singing performance.
About Joel Kibble
As an insider in the music industry for almost twenty years Kibble is thoroughly acquainted with the strategies of successful teamwork. Whether singing with the ten-time Grammy award-winning six member vocal group Take 6, producing, writing, or speaking, his focus is on excellence. As a motivational speaker he addresses winning teamwork, how to break the cycles that hinder success, and overcoming adversity.