Film Production: Executive Producers: Jasper Nhira @jaspernhira, Brian Nhira, Faith Nhira Director: Faith Nhira @faithnhira Director of Photography: Jasper Nhira (Creative Content Group, LLC.) Editor: Brian Nhira @briannnhira Producer/Set Design/Wardrobe Coordinator: Sonia Nhira @soniannhira Production Assistant: Kevin Alvarenga
Music Film - Main Talent: Abby: Kiran Riar @kiranriar Dex: Nicholas King @nicholasdavidking
Music Film - Locations Credit: War Trace Chapel: https://www.facebook.com/wartracechapel/
'Here In This Moment' EP - Music Production: Writer/Composer: Brian Nhira (Perfect: Ed Sheeran) Vocalist: Lead - Brian Nhira; BGV: Destiny Bonner Producer: Bryan Eggers Mix / Master: Josh Marr Percussion: Devon Curry
About Brian Nhira: From his show choir performances in high school to his time as a member of the College Singers at Oral Roberts University, Brian Nhira’s life has and continues to be defined by his love for music. Nhira garnered international attention when he captivated audiences with his riveting blind audition on NBC’s Emmy Award winning show ‘The Voice,’ and successfully navigated his way to the live rounds of the hit talent competition. Nhira's recent music has charted on the Global Top 100 Pop Songs and his videos have racked up over 100 million collective views. Nhira was recently awarded the ‘Zimbabwe Achievers Award for Excellence in Music’, he was nominated as one of the ‘Best Performing Acts’ by the AFRIMA awards, as well as nominations for the ‘Best International Artist’ and ‘Best Rnb/Soul Artist’ by the Zimbabwe Music Awards, and a ‘Best Artist in the Diaspora’ nomination by the ZimStar Awards; and he was also named one of the ‘Tulsans of the Year’ by the Tulsa World news organization. Nhira was recently selected as the inaugural ‘Rising Servant Leader Alumnus of the Year’ by his alma mater Oral Roberts University. While maintaining a busy performance schedule, Nhira conducts outreaches for students around the world, including a backpack project that has donated thousands of backpacks to students in underserved communities.