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Meet the Guideline Media Residents. 


NASYA JENKINS / Videographer

My name is Nasya Jenkins and visual media is my passion. I have been active in photography since 2016. I got my start in my high school’s yearbook committee. Later, I attended Temple University’s Tyler School of Art for Visual Studies, but by my second semester of my freshmen year I changed my Major to Media Studies and Production. This is where I found my love for storytelling. Story telling gave me a new interest and a way to look at art. Visual studies catered to my love of drawing but drawing wasn’t my passion.  I have had a lot of ups and downs but I have not let that stop me from Writing and directing 3 short films and a YouTube series. Upon disproving my love for visual media I have delved into Graphic Design, media editing, and social media coordinating. Art has saved my life and I wouldn’t give it up for anything in the world.



Jalen Ramseur-Williams is an award-winning youth cinematographer, director and editor based in
Philadelphia. Jalen is committed to bringing a cinematic vision to film and media productions, with several years of experience behind the camera. A member of Lil’ Filmmakers Arts & Media Center, and graduate from The
Philadelphia High School for The Creative & Performing Arts with a diploma in Media, Design Television &
Video (MDTV). Jalen is continuing his filmmaking education at Temple University where he majors in Film and
Media Arts. A continuous learner, with a passion to create, collaborate and provide thought-provoking films
now and in the future.


TOLANI DUSUNMU / Marketing Manager

Tolani Dosunmu is the Marketing Manager for Guideline Media and Creative Director of Guideline Music. She is a creative jack-of-all-trades knowledgeable in everything from music production, graphic design, content creation, art, and digital marketing.  A very hard worker who will devote themselves fully to any project at hand, with a love for music and art. She is currently enrolled at Community College of Philadelphia in the Studio Recording and Music Technology, and recently graduated Thinkful's Digital Marketing certification program.


MATTHEW CRUMP / Media & Culture Writer

Matthew Crump is a creative writer and a recent, first-generation graduate of the University of North Carolina at Asheville with a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication. While there, Matt focused on journalism, film, and creative writing, producing and directing multiple short films, as well as writing a feature-length screenplay. After graduation, Matt moved to Philadelphia to work in arts education and integrate into the city's exciting landscape for film- eventually leading them to Lil Filmmakers! Matt is honored and excited to work alongside the fellows in The Guideline Project's inaugural class.

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JONAH ROSE / Lead Animator

Bio coming soon. 

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Julian Moore-Griffin is a young Black man that journeys out every day in search of the tools and habits that will help him reach his maximum potential. 


On a great day, you can find him exploring the world and capturing images of the people, places, things, and events that spark his interest the most on his Fujifilm camera. Julian has been doing photography for three years now but 2020 is the first year he decided to take it seriously and pursue it as a career. Although it has been a wavering experience so far, Julian continues to commit to the grind and improve at the craft.


Additionally, Julian discovered his passion for journalism. He enjoys hearing and sharing stories with others. During his free time, Julian can be found discussing hip-hop music, sports, fashion, and social issues that affect our daily lives. 


Julian aspires to become a journalist/photojournalist for Vice Media or Complex Magazine. These two media outlets redefine the meaning of journalism for him because they cover stories that local news stations would never think to include.

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ZACHARY THOMAS / Communications Manager

Zachary Thomas is the Communication Specialist for Guideline, responsible for the internal and external communications within our Program. Zachary is a recent graduate from the University of Scranton ‘20, where he studied Journalism and Electronic Media. Passionate and knowledgeable professionals with a dedication towards boosting company online presence, increasing exposure for individuals, and promoting overall success. Possess significant insight into social media management with experience in Facebook/Instagram advertising, Twitter analytics, and SEO. A goal-oriented leader with a collaborative approach to marketing and projects such as public campaigns.


JENEA ADAMS / Website Designer

Jenea is a Bronx native raised in Cleveland, OH who moved to Philadelphia for graduate school at Penn after receiving her Bachelor’s in Biology with a minor in Computer Science from the University of Dayton, OH. Outside of biomedical research, Jenea is the founder of a global STEM network and is excited about curating online experiences which center Black women in science and providing a platform for collective action toward equity and inclusion. Jenea is curious about web design and development and works toward transforming the Guideline and Lil’ Filmmakers platforms into an interactive and immersive media experience for their communities. Her hobbies include spending time outdoors, photographing and learning about architecture, going to art museums, and running.


DEMIR MOORE / Business Development Associate

Demir Moore was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. After attending high school, he went on to obtain his Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in Philosophy. Once graduated, he began pursue his legal education at Widener University Commonwealth Law School. Demir, has a passion for creating innovative solutions that impact change and opportunities for those he works with. His hobbies include drawing, skating, listening to music, and reading. His favorite quote is by Shirley Chisholm “if they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring a sitting chair.”

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