Wake Up today and BE INSPIRED! Everyday is another to get better, be better, and achieve something new. Nothing comes to a sleeper but a dream. Here at D26 Productions we are open to watching everyone create and express themselves through the arts. Ever wanted to write a script? Produce a music video? Edit a movie? Join the D26 Productions team! Email us at D26Productions@gmail.com and start creating and living your vision today!
Tiffany L. Giles is the owner and creator of D26 Productions. Giles is a 20 year old Baltimore native, currently studying Television Production at Howard University. Involved in the arts from a young age, she knew this was her calling. She began acting at the age of 8 and writing plays at the age of 13. By 16 she produced and directed 2 stage plays and enrolled in film and television courses. Prior to enrollment at Howard, she has had a production premiered at the historic Rotunda Theater in Baltimore, MD through the Young Filmmakers Project and interned with Overbrook Productions in Beverly Hills, CA working on the set of Hawthorne. She established D26 Productions in April of 2011. The D stands for driven and 26 is her birthdate. D26 is currently producing A New Class the web series, and starting pre production for its’ first feature film in the summer of 2012. Giles credits God for her gift, and lives by the D26 motto, “where vision meets the camera”.
Driven26 Productions is currently available for bookings. We produce short films, audition tapes, music videos, or any taping for events. For more information and a consultation email D26productions@gmail.com
Do you want YOUR clothing or jewelry line featured on “A New Class”? Want to see the characters wearing YOUR brand? Have a jewelry line? Do you rap or play music and want to see it featured on the show? Email D26Productions@gmail.com and have a chance to be on the show!
D26 Productions presents, “A New Class”, a scripted web series about the real ups and downs of the Historically Black College and University experience. It was started on the campus of Howard University by junior TV Production major, Tiffany Giles. All of the cast members are Howard students and some are aspiring actors. Although the series does not include the Howard name, it is extremely relatable to Howard students, and a wide array of Black college campuses. The series will include stories that intrigue audiences, as well as make them laugh, cry, and everything in between. Welcome to the world of a Black college student: A New Class.