"Second Place Winner in the Music Video Category of the 2009, Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival" "Finalist in the 2009, Action/Cut Film Festival in Hollywood, CA" Adobe Design Achievement Awards, Semi-finalist July 2009 Mtv's "Film Of The Week" June 2009 Mtv's "Best Film On Campus" June 2009 "Official Selection of the 2009, GIAA Film Festival" "Official Selection of the 2009, 15 Minutes of Fame Film Festival" "Official Selection of the 2009, Action On Film Festival" "Showcased at the Orlando Museum of Art - Florida Film Maker Festival" Recently produced music video for upcoming music artist Elizabeth "June". "Freedom" visually demonstrates the life of the African American culture during the peaks of slavery and inequality helping to portray the need for all to come together, ending racism and bigotry in all forms. Filmed in it's entirety in an Orlando suburb apartment no more than 1,000 square feet and on a budget less than $300 dollars; this video is reminiscent of the critically acclaimed film "The Color Purple", one of the directors favorite childhood movies of all time. Elizabeth June is currently an Orlando area resident originally from New York. Her extensive portfolio includes work on many short independent films as well as being an extra on daytime soaps and SNL.