Titanium Productions is an African American owned film, television and video production company committed to the telling of compelling, inspiring and original stories of American life.
Titanium was founded in 2006 by entertainment industry veterans Jerome Sheffield and Vivian Fullerlove. Much like the element itself, our programming is strong and diversified to entertain and enlighten a wide variety of audiences.
From high action to dramatic features, reality series, entertainment programming and insightful documentaries, Titanium Productions is one of the fastest growing entities in the film and television industry.
Jerome Sheffield has been involved in the media broadcast business since 1987. He got his start serving as a news anchor in college for KPVU, the campus radio station. After graduation from Prairie View A&M University where he majored in Mass Communications, he went to work for the Dallas Public School System as a videographer/producer for the district’s media department. He has also produced a number of television programs including “Nate Newton Sports Arena” featuring Dallas Cowboys All-Pro Guard Nate Newton for the WB Network, “The Tom Bailey Sports Journal,” “Reel Critics,” “The Millionaire Sportsman” and “Street’s World” with nationally known radio personality Greg Street. Sheffield co-founded New Era Pictures, an independent film production company that began producing feature films in 2000, projects include “Playing for the Kitty” and “Thugz”, both of which received international distribution deals from Los Angeles based York Entertainment. He also produced and co-wrote the action-drama “Repentance” Thugz II that also received national distribution through Maverick Entertainment. In 2003 he co-founded the Urban Broadcasting Network, an Internet broadcast network that broadcasts television shows that feature African-Americans as leads and hosts. In 2006 he co-founded Titanium Productions, an independent television and motion picture company.
Fullerlove is a broadcast professional from Dallas, Texas, with fourteen years experience in radio, television and film. She has also represented such international companies as Revlon Cosmetics, Fox Searchlight Films and The Gap as an actor and model and won numerous writing awards. In addition to an extensive on screen resume, Fullerlove is an accomplished theatre actress having starred in a number productions including Noel Harrison’s hilarious romp “Noises Off”, William Inge’s classic “Bus Stop”, and the Dallas Children’s Theatre’s touring production of “Young King Arthur.”