The Team.

Our core objective is to help our clients maximize the revenue potential of their business and products.


Quincy Newell is an attorney, a published author, and an award nominated and experienced production, development and distribution executive, with deep knowledge of all facets of the business from development, acquisitions, and negotiations, to production, business planning and marketing (both theatrical and DTV).

After spending the past 30-years shaping business, marketing and distribution strategies for Rhino Records, UrbanWorks Entertainment, Vivendi Distribution, Codeblack Entertainment and mini-major, Lionsgate, Newell launched TwentyOne14 Media with the mission to deliver resonant content to underserved audiences by leveraging digital technology as the anchor exploitation mechanism. 


Mr. Newell is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America and earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio Business School, where he is also a board member. Mr. Newell also earned a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of West Los Angeles School of Law in Los Angeles, CA.


In his spare time, Mr. Newell serves as an Adjunct Professor at Santa Monica College’s Academy of Entertainment & Technology, in Santa Monica, CA and at Pepperdine University's Graziadio Business School.


Entrepreneur, published author and creative executive. Mykel Mitchell, is the former CEO of tech start-up Supercoil, VP of Strategic Partnerships at EBONY Media, CEO, President of gaming start-up Heatwave Studios, VP of marketing at Madwaves USA, and VP of Affiliated, a media company he co-founded with partners Wesley Snipes and Marc Gerald.


Mykel combines his business development expertise in entertainment and technology to identify and implement key business development needs; leveraging his years of business development and entertainment relationships to further develop brand value for his partners and clients. 


Mykel has brokered deals with William Morris, A Smith & Co., ABC, NASCAR, Coca Cola, Viacom, CMT, Deloitte, HBO, Universal Music Group, Gearbox Software, EA, Cartoon Network, Rascal Flatts, Dolly Parton, Def Jam, PNB, Saucony, and Motown Records; and brokered talent deals with Bel Biv DeVoe, Willow Smith, Deon Cole, Jamie Fox, Wesley Snipes and Samuel L. Jackson. 


Mykel also served as Producer of HBO's Entourage "Ari Gold" app, the EBONY Power 100 Gala; executive producer of the The Greg Mack Show (the first all hip-hop radio show in the world) on radio station KDAY, and is literary agent of record for the New York Times best-selling book "From Pieces to Weight" by 50 Cent.


Brian Stevenson is 20+-year veteran of the entertainment business, and has served in executive level positions with several Independent film companies. Brian’s tenure as VP of Film Acquisitions for On Command, Inc., an innovative Silicon Valley company who created a video on demand platform that spanned the entire hotel industry was one of his proudest accomplishments. Brian negotiated new release and library film licensing terms with powerhouse motion picture studios such as Paramount, Universal Studios, Disney, and Warner Brothers. He takes pride in helping one of the first video on demand businesses successfully launch to a critical mass audience while achieving profitability, which in turn revolutionized the beginning of Digital Video on Demand.


Brian is also one of the creative forces behind the Bentonville Film Festival, co-founded by Geena Davis and Walmart, which celebrates women and people of color in the film industry. Brian served in a leadership role for the festival which boasts of 50,000 attendees, with appearances by well-known Hollywood performers like Anthony Hamilton, Nick Cannon, Will.I.am, Robert De Niro and many others.

His latest project champions diversity and inclusion by providing film related opportunities to inner city students attending The EXPO Center, the second largest community center in the country.

Brian also serves as CEO and Founder of The Chromata Consulting Group, advising film distribution, film production and licensing to cable and digital networks such as Netflix, HBO, Lifetime, BET, iTunes, Google, and Time Warner Cable, Inc. His expertise in digital programming and film production strategies has been developed over twenty years of handling film licensing and distribution.


Karina Quezada is a 20+ year procurement and asset management veteran, managing IT procurement and asset management processes for organizations such as Warner Music Group and international law firm Paul Hastings. Karina is a passionate advocate for diversity, inclusion and social equity, involving herself in social advocacy initiatives whenever she can. Karina is an alumnus of Cal State Los Angeles and continues to provide procurement and asset management services at Paul Hastings in Los Angeles.


Reed Campbell is a graduate of Pepperdine University’s Seaver College in Malibu, CA where she studied film with an emphasis on screenwriting. An aspiring filmmaker, Reed was introduced to entertainment and her passion for film by way of her father, who enjoyed a successful career in film and television animation. She has also had the honor of gaining valuable insights when she attended the prestigious Cannes Film Festival and Sundance Film Festival during her college career. Reed lived in New York City until her family moved to Nashville, TN when she was 10-years old. Show now resides in Los Angeles, CA.