Learn More About The God Said Give Em Drum Machines Team
Jennifer Washington – Executive Producer
Straight out of the controversial yet dynamic Motor City, Jennifer Washington was inspired as a child by her musical family. Today, Washington’s most pressing mission is to help uplift her hometown’s image in the media. As a film producer, she is exploring the expanse of Techno music and documenting its influence all over the world.
Kristian Hill – Director
Motor City native Kristian Hill is celebrated and respected as one of Detroit’s most talented creative professionals. Excelling as a filmmaker, videographer and rising director with more than 20 years of experience in the business, Kristian has long cast his own distinct glow in the Film, Video & Entertainment industries.
His most recent accomplishment is a project he produced, directed and starred in “Postcards: Mandela”, an Africa Channel special feature that was nominated for an NAACP Image Award. His first editorial recognition came from his work on the critically-acclaimed documentary and television mini-series “Icons Among Us: Jazz In The Present Tense”, a documentary the American Film Institute cited as an example of filmmaking excellence for 2010.
David Grandison Jr. – Producer | Web Producer
David Grandison Jr. is an award-winning multimedia producer and instructional technologist. He is currently Director of Instructional Technology at Yellowbrick.co where his team produces video and VR content for brands like Complex, Billboard and top schools like the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU, Parsons and FIT.
David’s current work also encompasses projects like GeolocatedVR.com, DIYdoc, a crowd-sourced filmmaking app, and the curation of the Music Origins Project (MusicOrigins.org). The Music Origins Project is a project that enables young people to explore music history in Virtual Reality and learn STEAM skills using tools like geolocation, web development and filmmaking. Previously to this as Supervising Producer for AMAZE organization (AMAZE.org) he produced 30+ awarding winning animated shorts on health education. David holds a Masters in Instructional Technology and Media from Columbia University.