An expert in Operations, Administrative Management and Strategic Planning, Keith has participated in the bridge and gap financing of dozens of motion pictures and is the executive producer of the Vision4Media original content film division. Prior to co-founding Vision4Media, Keith worked closely with Profile Entertainment in the production and financing of films such as In the Shadows (starring Matthew Modine, James Caan and Cuba Gooding Jr.), Sol Goode (starring Baltazar Getty and Jamie Kennedy), and Wisegirls (starring Mira Sorvino and Mariah Carey).
Keith has also worked with Blue Rider Pictures on films such as the award winning Fox Family Channel film Silver Wolf (starring Michael Biehn, Roy Scheider and Shane Meier), Slow Burn (starring Minnie Driver, James Spader and Josh Brolin), and Shergar (starring Ian Holm, Mickey Rourke, and David Warner). He was also the Associate Producer of the acclaimed documentary, An Uncommon Kindness: The Father Damien Story, narrated by Robin Williams. Recently, Keith served as the producer of the award-winning sports documentary The Moss Method and the nationally broadcast Journey of Loss…Discovery of Hope.
Keith attended Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he earned his Bachelor of Science and MBA degrees. In 2009, he was honored for his years of leadership and commitment to his University when the President of Marquette University presented him with the "Alumni Service to Marquette Award – In Recognition of Distinguished Service to Marquette University." Myers has also been recognized for his work in helping to establish a comprehensive 21- credit Ethics Minor at Marquette and in funding scholarships in that minor; and, for his role in helping to fund and initiate an annual lecture series at the University entitled: "Society & Human Values."
David (aka David C. Bojorquez) is a 20 time Telly Award winning director, who has also won honors at the New York Film Festival and the Banff World Television Festival. Applying “authentic storytelling” to all genres, David has directed nationally broadcast dramas, reality segments, commercials and acclaimed documentaries. Committed to the Conscious Filmmaker® approach, David is an artist with the aware intent to create productions imbued with an enlightened purpose.
David’s portfolio includes hundreds of projects that have aired on CBS, NBC, PBS, Nickelodeon, Bravo, the History Channel and the A&E Network. As a documentary filmmaker, he directed and produced the acclaimed PBS special The Big One: The Truth About the San Andreas (New York Festivals' Finalist and Telly Gold Award Winner), served as line producer for the A&E Series First Flights with Neil Armstrong; produced and directed Journey of Loss…Discovery of Hope (Telly Gold Winner) and directed and produced the multiple award-winning NFL sports documentary The Moss Method.
David directed Quincy Jones on Jazz (produced by Microsoft and Harvard University) and directed and produced Voices - Rock & Roll's Invisible Instrument for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. David is also an award-winning commercial director whose portfolio includes productions for Sprint International, TCI, National Medical Enterprises, The Salvation Army, eHarmony.com, Beckman-Coulter, Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis and The University of California, Los Angeles.
David is both a co-founder and President of Vision4Media Entertainment.
Brian first entered the corporate world with Leggett & Platt, a major Fortune 500 company. His nine-year tenure created a solid foundation of sales, management and international business leadership.
Brian was responsible for the profit and loss of a $15 million west coast operation and a $10 million procurement program. Over time, his responsibilities evolved into the international procurement for a $50 million sales operation. Brian traveled extensively through Asia brokering new relationships and seeking our acquisition targets. Overseas business transactions required Brian to develop new communication and negotiation skills based on both cultural understanding and a solid comprehension of international business practices. Brian continued his strategic operations and sales practice with privately held companies - successfully growing each one.
Brian joined the management at Vision4Media and is responsible for the operational and strategic direction of a media company dedicated to the principles of the Conscious Filmmaker brand. Brian is focusing his talents on growing a company committed to creating compelling, conscious entertainment that enriches both an audience, and those invested in the films Vision4Media produces.
Mike’s career in the sales and marketing world of film and television started in 1982 with United Artists Theatres. Mike’s initial focus was domestic film programming until 1988 when he was promoted to the head of the National Film Department. As head of the film department, Mike was responsible for coordinating content programming for the U.S. market, as well as handling all financial negotiations with major studios and independent film distributors.
Mike’s foundation as a film sales and marketing executive continued to develop as he was tapped to run the International Film Department in 1990. Leading the international film department required Mike to acquire content and distribute regional movies for each market. Mike was responsible for all of the major international markets including Mexico, South America, Asia and Europe.
In 1996 Mike was ready for his next big challenge. Mike had the vision to launch Arcangelo Entertainment, a privately held firm specializing in independent film marketing and distribution. Through Mike’s expertise, Arcangelo quickly built up a robust client base, including Televisa (Mexico), Roskinoprokat (Russia), Geneon (Japan) and many U.S. based clients.
In 2004, Mike used his twenty-two years of industry experience to spearhead and co-found Freestyle Releasing. Mike’s expertise, industry knowledge and leadership helped Freestyle earn clients such as Yari Film Group, After Dark Films, Vivendi Entertainment and Videocine. Mike personally oversaw and managed a multitude of film releases that varied in venue and market size. Among these projects was The Illusionist, which was released into 1440 theaters and grossed $40.1 million domestic. The low budget independent film, A Day Without A Mexican, was released into 106 theaters and grossed $4.2M.
Mike brings his vast experience in domestic and international marketing to the Vision4Media Entertainment team. Mike oversees the domestic distribution of all original content and spearheads Vision4Media’s initiatives for sales, marketing and producer solutions.