A graduate of Full Sail University and Director of Photography. A founder of Reelvibez Studios, he serves as Chief Creative Officer of Reelvibez Studios. His duties involve the selection of scripts for production, selecting the creative team for the project and managing the relationship with our partners. Kaiel has been involved in creative production for over 15 years, starting in theatre as a front of house mixer and eventually moving into theatrical design before transitioning into film and television.
David P. A. Mullings is an entrepreneur, investor, author and speaker.
He is the founder of Blue Mahoe Partners, a single family office in Florida.
He is also the Investor Relations Specialist for Left Brain Capital Management, a Chicago-based long-biased hedge fund. He is the Chief Money Officer of RunLive, Inc., a fitness iOS app and the Brand Evangelist for Synkt Games' letsRUMBL, an iOS daily fantasy sports app, and co-founder of ReelVibez Studios, a Jamaica-based film production company, all in Blue Mahoe Partners' investment portfolio.
He is author of Things Entrepreneurs Say and Social Media for Entrepreneurs.
He previously served on the board of the Institute for Caribbean Studies in Washington, D.C. which has gotten the sitting President of the United States to declare June as Caribbean American Heritage Month each year for more than 15 years.
He was the Caribbean Outreach Coordinator for Florida's Miami-Dade county, working with the Hillary Clinton campaign to organize and mobilize Caribbean Americans.
He previously served as the Future Leaders Representative for the USA on the Jamaica Diaspora Advisory Board, representing Jamaicans under the age of 30 across the USA in meetings with the Prime Minister of Jamaica and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade. He was part of the planning team of the first Jamaica Diaspora Future Leaders Conference in Kingston, Jamaica.
In 2002, he and his brother Robert founded Random Media LLC, an integrated media and entertainment firm which became YouTube’s first Caribbean media partner in 2008.
In 2008 he was asked to endorse a book on entrepreneurship, “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur” alongside Donny Deutsch, Host of CNBC’s The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch and contributed a chapter to a McGraw-Hill Publishing book, “How To Make Money With YouTube”. He is mentioned in the book “Upstarts” written by Inc. Magazine contributor Donna Fenn, was a judge for Business.com’s “What Works For Business” contest in 2009 and has had a startup advice letter published in Inc. Magazine.
David was born in Kingston, Jamaica, completed his A.Sc. degree at Broward Community College then completed his B.Sc. at the University of Miami, graduating at the age of 19. He received his MBA in Marketing and International Business at 22 from the University of Miami.
David is a member of the Windermere Rotary Club in Orlando, Florida and is married with 2 children.
Greg has been a part of the entertainment industry since 1983. He started in the projection, display and live to TV industry and gravitated toward film in 1991.
Through his experience in management and technical consulting, Greg has represented some of the biggest camera and equipment suppliers in Canada, including William F. White and Panavision. His reach is endless, as he has contributed to countless international productions and some of the biggest shows in Canada, including: ‘Snow Day’, ‘Mean Girls’, ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’, ‘Fifty Cent’, ‘New York Minute’, ‘Against The Ropes’, ‘Shall We Dance’, and ‘Pacific Rim’. Greg has also executively produced two short films and two independent feature films.
Maya Wilkinson is a Multimedia Artist, Writer and Director who has spent most of her creative energies throughout her career in transformative film and theatre. She is a founding member and the Director of Multimedia at the 5 year old Quilt Performing Arts Company, a dynamic group of young creative artists who use transformative theatre as a means of tackling and curing social issues. Maya shares the vision of the company in her own career journey as she aims to develop young, talented individuals through various art forms such as drama, music, dance, creative writing, technical theatre, and multimedia. She believes in the importance of addressing issues through storytelling. Maya has won several awards for Scriptwriting and Directing in Jamaica.
Tamaisha Eytle has over 10 years experience in Project Management both regionally and internationally. From events to conference to film and marketing execution, she has worked on various advocacy initiatives from youth, immigrant rights and women. With her degree in International Studies from Glendon College, York University, Tamaisha worked in Canada and across the Caribbean in various projects. In Canada, she was responsible for the execution of the Ontario provincial conference for the Immigrant and Refugee Serving Sector which involved the coordination of over 500 participants from across the province. Additionally, through her work with York International at York University she successfully executed over 15 leadership programs for youth across Ontario and the Caribbean. At the Caribbean Corporate Governance Institute, she is responsible for the implementation and execution of all educational initiatives across the region