Washington, DC -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/06/2018 -- Lady K Production, an independent film production company specializing in documentary and web series projects, will release trailers for two brand new television projects in March.
The first project, titled NYC Style, is a thirty-minute situation comedy, and the second project, titled War of Minds, is a one-hour drama. The two shows are produced by Karen Simon, founder of Lady K Productions, who also doubles as an actress. The shows are written by Tamara Reese and Ricky A. Freeman. These two projects really show the company's range as far as production goes.
This Maryland-based company is passionate about telling stories through the film medium and helping to bring to life the work of various up-and-coming local artists. "Lady K Productions is an independent company that's always looking to help others live out their dreams," says founder Karen Simon. They have a number of projects in various stages of development, including:
- TV Shows
- Talent Reality Shows
- Cooking Shows
- Clothing lines
- Eye Wear
On where she sees her company headed in the future, Karen says: "Faith is taking the first step even when you can't see the whole staircase."
For more information on these projects and Lady K Productions, visit www.ladyk.org.
About Lady K Productions
Lady K Productions in Suitland, Maryland is a full-service film company that creates documentaries and other types of films. We also produce web series for video hosting sites, such as Hulu and YouTube. Our focus is on helping independent filmmakers in all aspects of production, from scriptwriting to editing. Reach out to us today about a potential project. We are more than happy to work with you every step of the way.
About Karen Simon
Karen Simon is a Maryland native who has always been passionate about acting. As a little girl, she would watch all genres of TV shows, with old-school comedy as one of her favorites. She has a great sense of humor, and loves to entertain people with her quick wit.
As she got older, Karen started taking acting classes in Atlanta, where she lived for more than 10 years. When she moved back to Maryland, she continued with her acting classes before becoming a member of The Acting Center in Washington, DC. While taking acting workshops and classes, she worked as a backstage manager at her local church. Not long after, she decided to start her own production company.