CEO & Founder
Throughout his travels across the country, Kenneth has developed a passion for both film making and dancing. He has had numerous opportunities to dance and perform for audiences ranging from coast to coast.
In 2014, Kenneth has had the opportunity to gain valuable experience by performing with “Spirit of the Mist” in Niagara Falls, New York, where he performed for thousands of tourists weekly ranging worldwide. A champion dancer within powwows, Kenneth has also transitioned his time and effort to his undergraduate studies where he is currently a junior majoring in film making production.
With an understanding of managing small business, Mr.Chase Francis not only brings his college education, but experience from learning within a variety of successful businesses in multiple industries.
“I believe in enabling truly driven people, like Kenneth, reach their full potential. Furthermore, I will exhaust any time, relationships, and energy to be successful.”
World Class Chicken Dancer
Ty is 19 years old and represents the Diné people. He dances the Men’s Prairie Chicken Dance, which originates from the Blackfeet People. He has been perfecting his art dancing since the age of ten.
Champion Fancy Shawl Dancer
Deserie Redhouse is a champion Fancy Shawl dancer from the Dinè nation. She has won championships all over North America and Canada. Also, she is famous Native artists that specializes in beadwork and seamstress.
Men’s Grass Dance Champion
Brandon Begay is 17 years old and represents the Dinè nation. He dances the Mens Grass Dance category. He’s been dancing since the age of 2 years old.
Champion Jingle Dress
Kendorina Redhouse is a champion Jingle Dress from the Dinè nation. As well as an amazing beadwork and seamstress artist. She has traveled all over the country demonstrating her love for dancing in the arena and bringing home many championships.