The One By One Documentaries
Episode 19: Understanding Critical Issues
By this time, Kemmis is progressing toward public outreach, and asking them to consider the motives and purposes behind each failed effort. Additionally, he includes a miniature presentation featuring his signature song, "Black Talking" to address counter-productivity.
Gregory W KemmisDirector
Gregory W KemmisWriter
Gregory W KemmisProducer
Gregory W KemmisKey Cast
Runtime:35 minutes 41 seconds
Completion Date:December 31, 2018
Production Budget:1,000 USD
Country of Origin:United States
Country of Filming:United States
Gregory W. Kemmis, has been a Snohomish and King County visitor for most of his residency in the State of Washington.
He sometimes has travelled to Seattle, Marysville, Lynnwood, Bellevue, Everett, Monroe, Lake Stevens a and other cities within the King County, Sound Transit & Community Transit lines wondering when he will make a difference to another group of individuals, or whom might hear his music enough to play a few songs on the radio.
But long before this encouraging question, Kemmis has become an extraordinary piece or artwork, or unseen talent as many have yet to realize.
He has been a self-acclaimed songwriter for over 15 years, blending his a Capella vocals and his intuitive expressions for telling a story within not only his music,
But he coherently blends strong lyrics into lengthy songs to make his hits stand apart from the rest, and leave the music fans judge the songs for what they are worth.
Kemmis has grown up with a diverse blend of 1980s, 1990s, 2000s & early 2010s style... R&B, Pop/Rock, Adult Contemporary, Singer/Songwriter, Modern Country, World, Christian/Rock, and Throwback Jams.
Some of his influences were Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Celine Dion, while other minor sounds blend along with Avril Lavigne, Newsboys and Hoku. He remains committed to the R&B/Soul genre, as it is growing overlooked anymore.
Some of the core values that Kemmis believes while writing his music is to record on-the-spot, and do not look back for a time... as he has a keen sense of lyrics.
He also believes in engaging with his fans or members more than he believes in some of his music. This is why he makes films as well... to engage and deliver messages to the public, and create a membership type of community for all audiences.
As an advocate for artists, and fair television media... I have developed my own company, in the midst of a transition.
This project is not only dedicated on my behalf, but is more-so dedicated to impacting the lives of other people who use television, music and arts... for learning.
Whom seek film as truth and understanding, and whom have not yet had the resources or understanding of what Television (Closed Captioning, and/or the TV Parental Guidelines) has to offer them... because of advertising and the digital age.