It's funny how so close could seem so far.
Charles W. Bush was born and raised in Pine Bluff , Arkansas. He holds a degree in Communications Radio/TV Production at Arkansas State University with a minor in Theater. After graduating he moved to Dallas, TX in hopes of starting a production company of his own. Immediately he began an internship with Taylord' Productions under the tutelage of Brenda Taylor. In 2010 he founded Appointed Productions, and began his professional work within the DFW area and abroad.
His Producer credits include: "Curls for the Cure" event with Chrisette Michele (Benefiting Scottish Rites Hospital), "The Cynthia Austin Show" (Regional Television-KTXD and KGNG 47 Las Vegas), "Movies Through Music" (Regional Television-BPEN), "Just My Luck" (Award-winning Feature Film), "Jazz Lessons" (Short Film), "Many Stripes" (PBHS Documentary) "About Love" (Short Documentary). His Director credits include: "Why Don't You" (Music Video-iTunes), "I Am Alive Through Christ" (Award-winning short documentary-Toronto Independent Film Awards). In 2013, he became the Communications and Media Specialist for DVA Productions, a nonprofit theater company based in Fort Worth, TX. To his credit there are many more events, television shows, commercials, music videos and films for which he has written, produced, directed and/or provided marketing support.
Client list includes (but is not limited to): Fort Worth ISD, Big Thought, Forest Hill Public Library, Imagination Celebration Fort Worth, DVA Productions, Jim Austin Online, Fort Worth Public Library, Academy 4, The City of Irving, Eclipse Entertainment, The Tarrant County Black Historical and Genealogical Society, and Tarrant County Harambee Festival.
Best Short Documentary
I Am Alive Through Christ
Toronto Independent Film Awards
Toronto
2017
College
Arkansas State University
Radio/Television Production Minor: Theatre
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Birth Date
December 7, 1982
Birth City
Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Current City
Dallas, TX
Height
5'9
Gender
Male
Eye Color
Brown
Zodiac Sign
Sagittarius
It's funny how so close could seem so far.
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