Our Story

Dorothy Green
Executive Producer

The Peabody Award-winning Editor for the National Public Radio (NPR) series, Wynton Marsalis: Making the Music, Dorothy is an Independent Producer/Journalist living in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area. She is the founding producer of the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra and worked for several television stations including the ABC Washington News Bureau. Dorothy conducted all of the interviews used in the making of the King Stories radio documentary. 

Pat Mesiti-Miller
Associate Producer and Sound Designer

Pat is a Sound Engineer working out of the San Francisco Bay Area. Currently he is a Producer and Sound designer for the NPR program, Snap Judgment. You can find his work at www.patmesiti-miller.com

Wayson R. Jones

Wayson is a musician, spoken-word performer, and visual artist. After being active for many years in Washington, D.C.'s renowned Black LGBT performing arts community, Wayson now directs his creative energy towards painting and sculpture. His work can be seen at www.waysonjones.com.

Christopher Downing
Post-production Editor

For more than two decades, audio and video Producer, Chris has successfully engineered live and studio production with his company Inner Sound, Inc. As the co-founder of Dreamlife Films, LLC, Chris provides highly professional audio and camera operations for clients that include—BET, Discovery, Kennedy Center, Smithsonian Institution, The Warner Theater, and the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.

Nicolene du Toit
Art Director

Nicolene is a Graphic Designer specializing in print production, web development, and application user interface design.  She resides in the Washington, D.C. area and currently works as a contractor for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). You can see her work online at www.nicolene-online.com