Leadership Team


Tiffany Bradley, Executive Producer 

Tiffany Bradley is President of Shamsiya Group, Inc. and Executive Producer of Colored Criticism. Her work has appeared in The Nation, Colorlines, Racialicious, and the Americans for the Arts blog. Her career reflects a strong history of narrative building, as well as a passion for deeper participation in the arts for communities of color. She has held positions at Race Forward/Colorlines, Americans for the Arts, and Fractured Atlas. As a Fulbright scholar at the University of Haifa, she researched arts organizations in Jerusalem, Ramallah, and Amman. Tiffany holds a B.A. from Brown University in Africana Studies.



Erick Boustead, Director 

Erick Boustead was born and raised in the land currently known as Wisconsin, where he entered the world of cultural production through his love of skate punk music + community-building event production. Throughout the years, this love has shifted to a focus on storytelling through multimedia. Outside of working with a growing list of incredible groups and artists through Line Break Media, Erick spends his time scheming about how fiction can illuminate ways of regaining healthy relationships with the land + each other. He is also obsessed with Michael Bolton and peanut butter, in no particular order.

Production Team


Leon Anthony James, Photography
Leon Anthony James wants the world to know him as a good man. A stand up dude. He has approached life as a singular artistic practice where he’s obsessive about the finish object – his character. His photography is one way he shares his vision with the world. This sweets him eternally. He is equally excited about working with other people to share their vision of living differently, living better.

Like most Virgos he is loyal, obsessive, sensitive, doggedly rational, and enjoys a love/hate relationship with chaos. He’s stoic like his daddy and mercurial like his momma.


Lindsey Jones, Website 

Lindsey Jones is a New Englander living in Brooklyn. She works on creative and marketing web projects at 92nd Street Y. Talk to her about collaborative projects on the social web @lindsfrances

Ari Joseph, Graphic Design
Ari Joseph leverages a colorful visual design aesthetic and carefully-crafted photography to help brands, cultural organizations and startups connect and engage with their audience.
Whether your needs are design-related (building a new identity or refreshing a brand) or photography-related (lifestyle/editorial or studio), he can call upon a range of techniques and skills to breathe new life into a project.

Tatiana Lam, Animation 

Tatiana Lam is a graphic designer and motion graphics animator residing in NYC, specializing in broadcast design and social justice campaigns. Her aim is to address and build culture through design.

Carlos Pareja, Audio

I have always been a student of story, learning through listening, reading and viewing what others see, think and imagine. Stories as real as memory recalled through documentary or memoir. And stories as honest as narrative fabricated into novel or song. Every picture book, comic book, chapter book, movie, TV show and podcast I have experienced has shaped who I am and how I know things. And stories have deeply influenced my work as a digital artist and media educator through collaborations with social justice groups and educational institutions, building capacity and community by telling stories only we can tell.


Diana Quiñones Rivera, Videography 

Diana Quiñones Rivera has been exploring dance and movement through her filmmaking since she moved to New York in 2005. Mentored by legendary filmmaker Albert Maysles, her documentaries explore the variety of transformative influences on the body that the environment and culture have with the task of making the view inwards more palpable. One of her latest films, It’s a Feeling, Dancing with Jeff Selby was screened at the Dance on Camera Film Festival at Lincoln Center in 2014. Based in Jersey City, Diana is currently in preproduction for her new film about Puerto Rican Bomba music and dance.

Kim Sarabia, Project Manager

Kim Sarabia is a community builder and budding developer. She’s also a scifi fangirl who can talk to you for hours about the hidden (and obvious) cultural and sociopolitical nuances of Star Trek: The Next Generation.