The Untold Story of How Black Hair...Became Black Power
With an unbridled passion for the visual experience. Reynard Allison has positioned himself as an emerging producer in documentary film production and unscripted content development. For this project he brings a unique perspective which includes over 25 years in the professional hair care industry in a variety of high level capacities, platform consultant, major lines distributor, beauty magazine publisher/editor Hair Language, Eklipps Hair Collection, (A joint venture with Pivot Point International). In 2001 Reynard formed a consulting firm Salon Development Group which was responsible for developing the groundbreaking multi textural hair conference at "America’s Beauty Show" formerly "The Midwest Beauty Show", one of the oldest and largest Beauty Trade shows in existence. He currently works as an independent development producer creating content for television, documentary film and commercial interest.
Veteran Producer and writer who has written and produced hundreds of hours of quality non-fiction television programming and web content. Her work has been seen on HBO, Showtime, PBS, Lifetime, KCET, The Discovery Channel, UPN, Fit-TV, TBS, HGTV, and TLC. Multer-Wellin has produced two films for the acclaimed PBS documentary series “Independent Lens.” “Taking the Heat: The First Women Firefighters of New York City,” a documentary narrated by Susan Sarandon, is about the 20-year struggle to bring women into the New York Fire Department, an institution traditionally hostile to change rocked by the overwhelming trauma and loss of September 11th. The second film, “Paul Conrad: Drawing Fire” narrated by Tom Brokaw, tracks the career of the three-time Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist in the context of a pop history of the eleven presidents Conrad has lampooned. This film was also selected for the first digital release of Independent Lens films. She won a 2013 LA Area Emmy for her work on the series television and web series YOUR TURN TO CARE; also the winner of a 2013 Gracie Award.. She was also an Emmy Award Nominee for Best Achievement in a Craft: Writing/Research for HBO’s "Violence: An American Tradition”