The Creative Team
Sabrina was born in Cleveland, Ohio to Gwendolyn Parker and Wilkin Moore Jr ( Gwen and Wilkie). One of her favorite childhood memories is walking along the rocky shores of Lake Erie hand in hand with her parents. She graduated with her bachelors degree in political science after studying three years at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio.
Sabrina was the primary care giver to her mother Gwendolyn for many years after her diagnosis with early-onset dementia. Sabrina found writing song lyrics to be very therapeutic for her own wellbeing as her mother’s condition continued to deteriorate. She attended a song writer’s bootcamp in Los Angeles where she met Deedee O’Malley, Los Angeles independent songwriter of the year. Deedee along with her writing partner, Janet Cole-Valdez had recently written a new one woman show, Waiting For Johnny Depp, A New Musical. The ladies were looking for a producer for the upcoming show and Sabrina accepted the role of producer for the production held at the Secret Rose Theatre in North Hollywood, CA January 2014. Sabrina then took the production to one of Houston TX’s largest regional theatre houses and co-presented the show along with TUTS Underground ( Theatre Under The Stars ) January 2015.
Gwen died December 2, 2014 after a 20 year battle with dementia. Inspired by her late mother Sabrina began writing the script for her play Greyson Matters in 2016. She recently finished writing her first feature film script, Unraveled.
She is married to Brian and is the proud mom to the love of her life, Briana. She and Brian currently reside in both Los Angeles and in rural Derbyshire, England.
She misses her beloved dog Ricky Martin when he stays with their daughter Briana for extended vacations and runs at the dog park with other celebrity doggies in Hollywood.
Luke Tudball has worked all over Europe and the US. He trained at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, London, the University of East Anglia, Norwich, the Russian School of Acting, The Actors Centre, London, The Actors Center, Washington DC, and TVI Actors Studio, New York. With his partner in life and art, Heather Bagnall, he is Co-Founding Artistic Director of the award-winning Tasty Monster Productions. His many credits include work in theatre, voiceover, radio, film and television. Luke is a member of British Actors Equity, the American Actors Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA, and The Spotlight. Find out more at www.LukeTudball.com
Born in Newark, New Jersey in 1956 to loving parents, Donna was encouraged to have freedom of artistic expression. As a child, she was enrolled in every art program possible in the culturally rich city of Newark. Donna remembers as a child having the job of creating the theme-based wall murals every year in her church, as well as in all the churches in the area that knew of Donna’s work. Her elementary school art teacher noticed Donna’s talent and encouraged the neighborhood grocery store owners to have her paint holiday scenes on their store windows.
When it was time to enter high school, Donna was juried into the first visual and performing arts high school in the country, the prestigious Arts High. It was there that she began her formal training in painting, photography, graphic, and textile design. Following, Donna attended the Philadelphia College of Art in Pennsylvania where she focused on painting. It was then that Donna’s work moved into abstract expressionism, where she found great satisfaction in her work.
While in Philly, Donna participated in many exhibitions and festivals, as well as earning a commission to create murals for a street beautification project in the urban areas of the city.
After college, Donna relocated to California where she worked as an assistant designer and production manager for a hand-painted interior design manufacturer, whose clients included J. Robert Scott, Martex, and Neiman Marcus. Donna enjoyed being part of the vibrant artistic community and displaying her work in exhibits.
In 1984, Donna met husband Michael and started a beautiful family. With the busy life of rearing children, she turned to photography. Not too long after daughter, Jamila and son, Michael were born, the Jordan family moved to back to New Jersey. Shortly after, son, Khalid was born and continued to work on her painting.
Once her children became adults, Donna was able to emerge again as an artist. After various life cycles, she thought it was important to show her personal growth in her work and to connect with others who have had similar experiences. “I formed the Jordan Design Network to collaborate with other artists” who will serve as a constant inspiration and support system. The mission is to constantly create and generate art that reflects life experiences.