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Diane Berry

Diane Berry is a native of Detroit, that's been designing for 27 years.  She is married and a mother of three.  She started designing clothes for hair shows produced by famous hair designers and brothers, James and John Gooden.  As a child, she had a passion and desire to one day create her own clothing line. Diane is a self-taught designer, her design aesthetic is couture, elegant, and one of a kind chic. In 2012, Diane Berry came out with her spring/summer collection where she showcased her collection at E. Rollins meet and greet fashion preview at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Diane showcased a total of 12 beautiful pieces at the E. Rollins meet/greet.  Berry is noted for doing several runway shows in the Detroit area, and also having her designs displayed in published editorials.  Diane's designs will defiantly give women confidence and make them feel good about themselves.    

Darren Brown

Darren Brown started his career as a writer. Having written several screenplays early in his career, he realized that words created movies but organization and knowledge of the filmmaking process is what completes a good project.


He prides himself on being a well-rounded and knowledgeable filmmaker. Brown’s experiences consist of budgeting, producing, filming, and editing projects across the country.  He has also directed hundreds of music videos for nationally known acts such as Billboard chart toppers Dwele and K’Jon along with having directed sizzle reels that have resulted in hit shows on cable/network television.  


The Infatuations

The Infatuations are simply... Detroit. This band is a celebration of every sonic movement borne of the Motor City; the well-crafted pop-soul of Motown, to the sheer in- your-face bravado of Parliament Funkadelic, to the raw untamed energy of the MC5.

The Infatuations’ range of appeal is forefront in the acts they’ve shared the stage with in the last year... from George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars to Third Man Records’ breakout artist Willy Moon, to Here Come The Mummies to Mike Posner.

The Infatuations live performance has been described as electric, energetic, and euphoric. The band also cites more contemporary artists such as Jamiroquai, Lenny Kravitz, Sharon Jones and fellow Michigander Mayer Hawthorne as inspiration. 

Since 2011, The Infatuations have brought home 10 Detroit Music Awards across multiple categories including Outstanding Live Performance. “You want to know how Detroit actually The Infatuations,” says Gnyp, from 93.9 FM The River. “The Infatuations are a must-see band”. 

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