Tiffany-Nicole Hill is the founder of "I Make Movies"
a training facility devoted to educating smart device film makers; the first of its kind on the east coast. Based in Forest Hills, New York, "I Make Movies"
mission is to train individuals by on hand methods aspects of film making needed by independent film makers who seek out to make create great projects without sacrificing knowledge and creativity due to lack of having expensive equipment. "I Make Movies"
is a great starting point for anyone to learn how make great films.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fr6gFJbYXCQ
Known professionally as "KAUTION" is a published
author, visual artist and high octane entrepreneur. With 10 years
working with many publications online and in print she has served in
roles as graphic design director, assistant editor and chief-editor for
many publications to include the Alchemy Journal, GBF Magazine,
REVISITED Magazine to name a few.
Her vibrant modern abstract artwork has been showcased around the
country as well as online. With a love for graphic comic, Tiffany-Nicole
created "Black Reign" an ongoing dark online comic novella that has
received a strong following for its concept and unique storyline.
Working as a graphic designer allowed Tiffany-Nicole to combine her love
music with her artistic passion or mixed multimedia working throughout
the years with many artists for her company Notorious Graphic &
Designz, Inc. while also working for with several indie labels as a
consultant and A & R rep and as a developmental artist manager for
different artists and bands. Seeing the bigger picture she launched
Kaution Media Entertainment in the winter of 2009
developing unique projects.
In September 2010, K-zone187.com the first 24/7/365 online urban LGBT
internet radio station was launched under KMC&E which had gained
listeners in over 135 countries.
At present she is working on Indie Entertainment University www.ND-Entertainment.com
an online resource site in partnership with the Learning Institute 4 the Urban Arts to promote and preserve the culture of hip hop as well as educate others in the entertainment industry.
In addition she is also working on film producing; her company KME (also known as KME) is signed on to work on several independent movie projects for 2012-2014.