Talent Manager, Producer, Casting Director, Entrepreneur

 Trinese Brumfield is an accomplished and integrity driven professional offering 15+ years of success in the entertainment industry with experience in areas of management, artist development, promotions, branding, public relations, television and film casting. She is the co-founder of DreamHustle Management and Entertainment Group and is the business talent manager for actress Nicole Porche of Director Lee Daniels' film, "The Paperboy" and the Food Network's television series, "Mystery Diners". Trinese has worked with actors, published authors, musicians and national recording artists on major labels including Atlantic Records, Bad Boy Records, and Cash Money Records. Her innate ability to successfully execute projects and meet deadlines warranted the opportunity to co-produce the short film, "Cheekie" with Academy Award winning producer, Willie D. Burton, and serve as one of the lead casting directors in addition to helping facilitate the physical aspects of production and overseeing day-to-day management of the cast and crew. She is the co-creator of Commanders Wealth Productions and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Dillard University.

Producer, Casting Director, Screenwriter, Actress, Vocal & Acting Coach

 Nicole Porche was born in New Orleans, LA and has lived bi-coastal between Hollywood California and Hollywood South for several years now.  She has over 25 years of entertainment industry accolades in both the music and film industries.  As a music industry artist developer and manager, Porche has managed and promoted major recording artist signed to labels such as Atlantic Records and Jive Records.  She has worked in artist promotions and brand development and has credits as a singer-songwriter.  Porche is the co-founder of DreamHustle Management and Entertainment Group.  She has worked as a casting director, co-producer, acting coach and lead actress on the short film "Cheekie" along with her counterpart executive producer and Academy board member, Willie D. Burton, a seven time nominee and two time Oscar winner.  As an actress, she has appeared on several national networks including Lifetime and the Food Network.  Porche is also co-creator of Commanders Wealth Productions and writes, produces, directs and performs for many of the projects.  She can also be seen in national union commercials and on the big screen in the films, "I Got the Hookup 2 by Master P and "Paperboy" directed by Lee Daniels, best known for his films, "Precious", "Monsters Ball" and "The Butler".