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Devon began his career in Cleveland, OH, as a producer and editor for Cinecraft Productions, Inc. There he produced, directed and edited regional commercial spots and promotional media for Fortune 500 clients such as, Progressive Insurance, Sherwin Williams, Ernst & Young and BP America.
Devon also directed the legendary Quincy Jones for his on-camera segment for the Anisfield Wolf Book Awards in 2001. In 2006 he produced the Gerald Levert Memorial Concert for the Levert family.
Devon has also produced various original content including the documentary 110 Feet, which was narrated by football Hall of Fame Inductee, Jim Brown. This project followed notable high school football stars from Canton McKinley High School and their journey to get to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Devon directed the award winning film, TOXIC, which examines the microaggressions that contribute to infant mortality in the African American community. This film is currently used in one out of every seven hospitals in the United States as a teaching tool to combat this issue.
Devon continues to provide high-end media services to his clients for a wide array of applications across the country. He’s a board member of the Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival and a past adjunct professor at Cuyahoga Community College. Follow him on InstaGram @the_dev3 and at stimulifilm.com.
With Devon being at the forefront of innovative with purpose driven intentions to maximize his innate talents and abilities, CDMA Business Model embraced the opportunity to provide supports for Transformative Design. The goal was to identify a solution to simultaneously grow a his career and business brand simultaneously. To learn more about Devin Collins work, then please click here.
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