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Founder & CEO, Monique Cendrecourt is energetic, fresh and accessible with many contacts in the Music, Media, and Lifestyle industries. She has spent over 5 years diligently sharpening her skills to emerge as one of the top contenders within these creative fields. As an innovator, Monique has produced and created a reality talk radio show titled ” Speaking Out Loud ” that aired on sourceliferadio.com She is continuously branding her brand Valid Professionals LLC and its conglomerates. Monique is no stranger to creating ideas and concepts to catapult a career, she intends to use her newest project, A Valid Review Digital Magazine to do so. Known as “OHHSOVALID”, a name that adds a stamp of validity and upholds integrity, ethics that Ms. Cendrecourt applies to all projects that she pursues. Drop the coverup, and become exposed. -OhhSoValid
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“Since I was a little girl, there was nothing that I put my mind to, I couldn’t achieve”. Born & raised in New York City’s Lower East Side Manhattan, Bonnie a determined Aries 80’s baby has graced the runway for designers, promoted some of the hottest NYC nightclubs and lounges, broken thru your airwaves, with her opinionated personality on various independent radio stations. Acted in some of Youtube’s hottest web series, not to mention playing lead roles in music videos for various indie artist, such as Choo Blyga & EazieDaGod. Bonnie loves everything about the artistic world, and you never know what you may catch her doing next. She’s dabbled in many different aspects of the industry, but her passion will always be writing. She has created a platform called #AskBonnieSpeaks where you can get her thoughts and opinions on New York City hotspots, hidden gems, music, fashion, art, and lifestyle advice. If you need the 411 on anything NYC Bonnie is the plug. Did I mention that she is also a Mom, so feel free to ask her for parenting advice. Let’s face it no one is the perfect parent, lover, or friend. We all need a little advice sometimes. Let her be your guide, To #AskBonnieSpeaks her advice email your questions to BonnieSpeaksInc@gmail.com
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She dodges raindrops and hopes to chill one day on her own big yacht. Makeda Bawn alias Zhaneirie; Zhane ( meaning Gift of God ) and Irie ( meaning happy and positivity in Jamaican creole) was born on April 8, 1996, in St Catherine, Jamaica. She then moved to Clarendon, Jamaica with her parents. She became a fan of the Art of Photography and developed a love for advocacy in high school. At the age of 15, she gained experience in advocating after enrolling in the Jamaica National Resolution project. This project was established to teach youth in rural high schools about photography and how to use it has a tool to advocate for positive changes in their communities and country. It was a great stage to portray her world through the lens of a camera. In 2014, she was awarded for Best Body Image for her photograph entitled; “Pure, Her Most Prominent Possession”. Her photographs were on exhibition at the Departure Pier in both Norman Manley and Sangsters International airport. As well as at the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre in London, United Kingdom. She is also a poet and has had published works in the Jamaica Sunday Gleaner. Her poetry encompasses ideologies of socialist feminism. Also In the summer of 2014, she was one of a group of young Jamaicans, who graduated from two intensive workshops on videography hosted by Phase Three Productions; one of Jamaica’s well known full- service television and multi-media production company. After which she wrote and directed a short film entitled Forgotten Voices. Currently, she is an actress in a children’s animated puppet show called Ackee Walk on Television Jamaica, created in partnership with UNICEF Jamaica to teach children about their rights and responsibilities. It is the first of its kind in the island, it follows the adventures of two characters, “Kingston” and “Lucea”. She is the voiceover actress and puppeteer for the character Lucea. Makeda Bawn is a photographer, writer, poet, actress, advocate, videographer, social media content creator and production coordinator. She currently attends the University of Technology pursuing her Bachelors of Arts degree in Communication Arts and Technology. She hopes to one day be added to the history books for her future contributions in Photography, Journalism and Film production.
“ Everyone has a story to tell, its the voice that we choose to speak it, will determine how the world will receive and perceive it” – Zhaneirie
Khristine Easterwood. Better known as ‘KayDot Renay’ a quirky girl from Los Angeles, California with a camera and a vision.
“I’m what I believe to be the Kendrick Lamar of Photography”
KayDot didn’t see herself becoming an artist, until after graduating Santa Monica High School at the age of 17. With a passion for the unique and a talented eye for style, she honed her creative techniques and blossomed into the artist that you see today. Most notable projects as a photographer are; New York Fashion Week, A Valid Review Online Digital Magazine, while continuing to work with creatives such as; Terrace Martin, Eric Bellinger, Rauziel aka ARoC, John Silver, and Neyo. Covering events like the Pandora Festival, Power 106 Celebrity Basketball Event, Soulquarius, Kay Dots résumé encompasses a very impressive roster.
Raynor Allen is a Multimedia Producer. Born in the parish of St. Andrew in 1987, Currently a freelance multimedia producer, Raynor practices the disciplines of photography and video production.
After studying Literatures in English at The University of the West Indies, he has gained extensive experience in management for over eight years eight years, spanning the fields of communication, Public Relations, hospitality, media, and talent. He has worked with brands such as Dish Network through Home Entertainment Systems, Procter and Gamble’s brands: PUR, Pringles, Swiffer, Febreze, Puffs, Bounty, Charmin, Braun, Duracell, Tide, Pampers, Luvs and more.
In more recent years, Raynor has branched out more into entertainment, working closely with musicians such as Tasha T, Sly & Robbie, Worm Bass, Anthony Red Rose, Vania Colours, Anju Blaxx, Blak Diamon, Tanto Metro & Devonte to name a few.
Due to his work ethic, dedication, ability to bridge various gaps, willingness to help and his all rounded capacity, Raynor has been able to establish a personal relationship with the above named individuals. In addition, he has also built ongoing relationships with Cherry Bar Films in New York and A Valid Review Magazine New York.
Raynor’s skill set includes; writing, producing and developing media content through photography, videography, directing, editing and social media consulting. His networking skills and contacts have allowed him to build relationships with corporate client bases which includes: UNAIDS, The Ministry Of Health, Jamaican Teas, Lucozade, Key Insurance, Jetcon, Rotaract, Sanmerna Paper Products, Pure Crystal Water among others.
Currently, Raynor is in the process of launching a new modeling and talent management agency in Jamaica, with hopes of revolutionizing the field and bringing integrity and credibility to the industry. He is also developing a few television series that will explore and push Brand Jamaica across multiple platforms.