Award-Winning Production Professionals
Creativity. Imagination. Technical expertise. Production value. An amazing multidisciplinary team.
A keen eye for aesthetics and design. Passion for language and sound. Just great story telling.
At D.R. Lynes Video and Television Productions, our mission is to educate, empower, encourage and enlighten by producing broadcast as well as non-broadcast programs that provide a voice for the unheard and a forum for the unseen. We help our clients highlight their achievements, bring about social change and justice, and create opportunities for hope, brighter futures and so much more. We are especially passionate about issues affecting African Americans and underserved communities. From health, wealth and business to education, faith and love, we tell stories that impact, resonate and move people to action. Whether highlighting the joys and struggles of fatherhood, the beauty and complexity of Black womanhood, or the plight of individuals re-entering into society after years of incarceration, D.R. Lynes seeks to project positive images of the African American community and tell its stories in colorful ways that instill hope and pride.
Based on our clients’ needs, we carefully assemble multidisciplinary production teams that possess the confidence, passion and expertise needed to ensure the success of each and every project. D.R. Lynes brings some of the best and brightest producers, videographers, editors, technicians and designers to your project to handle everything from developing concepts and scripts to shooting, designing and editing.
About Dean Radcliffe-Lynes
Dean Radcliffe-Lynes is an award winning television producer with more than 30 years experience in the broadcast industry. Her national credits include “A Celebration of Life: Rising Above Breast Cancer” with legendary jazz artist Nancy Wilson; “Walk A Mile in My Shoes: The 90 Year Journey of the NAACP”, hosted by Julian Bond and Nancy Wilson; “Martin Luther King, Jr: The March To Freedom”, hosted by Julian Bond and “Images and Realities: African American Women”, that was hosted by a group of nationally acclaimed African American women in their fields, Dr. Julianne Malveaux, Susan Taylor, Halle Berry, Queen Latifah, Dr. Deborah Prothrow Stith, with commentary from Dr. Maya Angelou and Esther Rolles.