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Talia Moore Media Kit

Talia Moore Media Kit

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Published by Sherita Carthon
Domestic Violence Advocate, Filmmaker & Author, Talia Moore Media Kit
Domestic Violence Advocate, Filmmaker & Author, Talia Moore Media Kit

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Published by: Sherita Carthon on Mar 01, 2011
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     Talia Moore, President, DT Productions, LLC,  Certified Abuse Recovery Advocate, Filmmaker& Author of  "12 Steps to Victory: OvercomingThe Transgressions of Abuse." Talia believes inthe power of helping others overcome issues of abuse through the medium of art and film. Shehas written, produced, and directed for film andstage for more than 15 years. This innovativeartist also spends her time working with non-profit organizations in the areas of fundraising,event planning, green sustainability,recyclables, property abandonment and blight.Talia’s core motivation and passion lies in the issues of abuse recovery.  Through herbooks, film productions and innovative fundraisers, Talia is becoming a rising leader inpersonal growth and development through abuse recovery practices, tactics andprograms. 
Film & Stage
From an early age, Talia loved movies. At the age of 14, she attended commercial andacting classes at FACES International in New York City. During her tenure, Talia starredin heath care infomercials. She later enrolled in the Louis Williams Academy Of Performing Arts where she learned the art of stage production, stage writing and setdesign.  In the latter half of her high school years, Talia was excessively bullied and wasforced to seek a non-traditional education through the Delaware Valley Job Corps Center.There she co-wrote and co-produced the stage play, "Cold Realities” The well-writtenplay received commendation from the school's principal. Talia  also received the StudentOf The Month award for her efforts. Play writing reconvened in 2003 when Talia wrote, "Mamma Don't Cry." The play is anaccount of her life as a child growing up with an abusive father. Talia then wrote, "TheCustomer," an action thriller of an demented customer who stalks and attaches himself to
a clerk that resembles his abusive mother. Feeding her desire to write more, Talia penned"Return Of The Wiz," a remake of her favorite childhood movie “The Wiz,” starringMichael Jackson and Diana Ross, after watching the remake film rendition of DreamGirls. Talia is now fusing her talents in fundraising, film and abuse recovery to spearheadinnovative projects like “House 4 Cell,” a nationwide cell phone recycling campaign usedto rebuild blight houses in low-income communities -- turning them into “green” abuserecovery centers for clients nationwide-- starting with the north side of Binghamton, NYwhere she lives. Her efforts are parallel as, Talia is also hosting abuse recovery small group workshops inchurches, libraries and social service agencies with her ground-breaking principle-centered
“12 Steps To Recovery: Overcoming The Transgressions of Abuse.”
The abuse recovery advocate also calls victims and supporters to wear their“voice” by “Rock(ing) Purple.”  The effort includes changing Facebook profile picture topurple, and/or purchasing other paraphernalia to show support for the issues of DomesticViolence -- seen and unseen. Talia is the daughter of Larita (Simpson) Hand/Willie Hand and James Simpson, twin(sister) to Sherita (Simpson) Searcy, and older brother James Simpson. She is also themother of Rayn and Antanaja and wife to Derrick Moore of Brooklyn, NY. Overall, Talia has a heart to serve the viewing population with future film and stagescripts written, produced and directed by DT Productions. She will continue to strive toserve her community and provide a platform for the voices that are yet to be heard.                    

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