The mission of Life Media Projects, Inc. is to produce, promote and inspire meaningful storytelling for and about marginalized communities. In this process we wish to empower and support media makers to create their own representations as tools for advocacy, education, and social justice.
Our purpose is to create and support projects that are educational inspirational, and entertaining but also advocate for social justice issues.
We partner with groups that also make commentary on social, environmental, and cultural issues to stimulate conversation on how best to unite our society. Through creative projects, we aspire to show the lives and experiences of populations that have too long been silenced by gender, race, and class disadvantages.
Our philosophy is that media should be used as a tool of creative, positive expression that uplifts and unites people and society.
Meet the Team
Driven by an innate desire to serve and create safe places for conversations that forward the culture, our team is dedicated to creating content that promotes change.
Founder & CEO
Redelia Shaw is a producer with over fifteen years of professional experience in commercial, independent television, and film projects. She has worked in numerous capacities on projects on network and cable, including Fox, Showtime, ABC, and PBS. In 2013 her film, Journey To Africa, an interactive online documentary was awarded an Artist-in-Residence Fellowship to the Wexner Center and selected to the Film Independent (FIND) Documentary Lab, where she met filmmakers who asked her to join United Notions Film (UNF). Her credits as producer include The Bolivian Case (2015), Cocaine Prison (2017), and most currently. La Lucha (In production). Cocaine Prison did very well and was screened at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Redelia is an educator and producer who leads the Media Production program at Santa Monica College where she applies her pragmatic approach to teaching to inspire students to become content creators and fiercely tell stories that matter. Her projects include Race Relay, a multi-media production that explores the state of race relations in America today, the documentary “Cocaine Prison,” which screened as the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, and Life Media Projects, her 501c(3) organization, which supports creative projects uplifting voices of BIPOC communities. Redelia is also a member of the Directors Guild of America (DGA) as an industry second assistant director. She is also Vice-Chair of the Education Committee, which is part of the DGA Western AD/UPM Council. She holds a BA in Mass Media Arts from Clark Atlanta University and a MA in Communication from Georgia State University.
Mortasay Vision is a content design and production house, committed to amplifying companies and individuals, by all means. Their focus is to make intangible ideas/stories tangible, whether it’s thru music, fashion, film, or television.
Mortasay Vision was founded by the creative duo, Vonyse Reeder and Amy Lou Palmer, and is based out of Southern California’s Fairfax District. With a distinct background in print advertising, graphic design, UX design/coding, music production, and filmmaking they bring a uniquely holistic approach to breaking down and quickly getting to the heart of translating their client’s needs.
When they aren’t working they spend time with their two lovely Pitbulls (Mo and Jo), family, and friends. They also dedicate time mentoring through nonprofits such as The Limitless Academy, which focuses on bringing STEM and robotics programs to urban kids nationwide.
Clients have included: EMI/Capitol Records, NBC, Mercedes, Bravo, Jamie Foxx’s Laffapalooza, iCoat Company, Stuzo Clothing, Nik Kacy Footwear, Equality Fashion Week…etc.
We are on a mission for change and every bit of support counts. Please donate and be apart of the solution.