About Us

Green Melody Productions is a LLC, formed in 2010, to assist in the process of artistic aspiration. As business consultants, we apply product and marketing analysis toward a strategy designed to support the objectives and goals of the artist. Emphasis on artistic excellence, community development, marketing, finance and management outline our team approach. Indeed, we look forward to an opportunity to serve as your career consultant.

Mark Rollins

CEO


As CEO of Green Melody Productions, an LLC formed in 2009 to reinforce the progress of artistic aspiration, Mark C. Rollins brings a broad range of life experience in rendering an easy, engaging and professional approach while addressing the complexities associated with entertainment management. Whether studying at the post-graduate level, managing a federal government office, initiating and sustaining any one of several successful business ventures or providing services in-kind to a non-profit organization, Mr. Rollins has maintained the position that his family has and will continue to be a primary focal point while measuring success. Mr. Rollins resides in the Philadelphia Metropolitan area where he was born and raised.

Racye Rollins

CFO


In 2017 Rayce Rollins was named CFO of Green Melody Productions. Mr. Rollins is Professor at Temple University where he teaches at the School of Media and Communication. Professor Rollins specializes in data analytics and reporting. He is also the CEO of Grow Small Analytics, an accounting and web/mobile analytics agency with offices in Philadelphia and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. At Grow Small Analytics, Professor Rollins and his team of accountants and analyst work with professional services companies. Mr. Rollins resides in the Philadelphia Metropolitan area with is wife and child.

Russell Rollins

Managing Director


Russell Rollins has nearly ten years of experience in customer service, operations, and management-- both in private and public sectors. Russell earned his formal education at Temple University's Fox School of Business, concentrating in Risk Management and Insurance. Russell's formal and experience based education led to his role as Managing Director in 2015 with Green Melody Productions. Russell currently resides in Philadelphia with his wife and three children.

Isaac Maefield

Creative Director


Isaac Maefield is an internationally renowned artist. His art has been displayed at the African-American Museum, Philadelphia City Hall, the Hershey Museum of America Life, The Erie Museum of Art, the Robeson Center for Arts and Sciences, and the Philadelphia Folklore Project. Some of Mr. Maefield's art is in the collections of Nelson Mandela, Bill Cosby, John P. Aristide, Wynton Marsalis, Jonathan Demme and Dr. Charles Blockson, to name a few. As a teaching artist, Mr. Maefield has conducted workshops and residencies in dozens of schools. For over 10 years, he was rostered with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, while also serving as a panelists and presenter at PCA's annual conference. From 1992 to 1995, Mr. Maefield served as a member of the Pennsylvania Education Advisory Council, an initiative of the Department of Education and the Pennsylvania Council on the arts. As a member of the curriculum committee, he helped write the guidelines for how art should be taught in Pennsylvania. "In all of my endeavors, I strive to use art for social change." Isaac Maefield

Syreeta Thibodeaux

Media Director


Syreeta Thibodeaux is a media specialist with more than a decade of television, print and digital communication experience. Syreeta's work as a multi-media journalist and social media strategist, started with an internship at Fox 29 News, here in Philadelphia. After receiving her degree, from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Syreeta traveled throughout the country, perfecting her craft as a communications professional. Since April of 2015, Syreeta has provided Green Melody with her expertise in everything from digital content management to public relations. Syreeta, currently resides in South Jersey with her husband.

Alfred Pollitt

Musical Director


Alfred Pollitt, known to many in the music world as "Alfie", has been studying and playing music since receiving his first piano lessons at the tender age of three. A native of Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, Alfie was surrounded and inspired by all types of music and was given classical piano instruction from his mother and father, both respected and influential members of the Philadelphia art and music communities. Since his first piece of musical composition in 1958 entitled "15th Street", Alfie has written well over one hundred songs. Some of his major jazz influences include John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Horace Silver, and Jimmy Smith. These and other musical greats helped to shape and formulate Alfie's diverse playing style. Throughout Alfie's aspiring musical career he has had the fortunate opportunity to perform with a broad spectrum of prominent Jazz and R&B performers, including: Donald Byrd, Archie Shepp, Art Blakey, Norman Connors, Sister Sledge, Billy Paul, Stephanie Mills, George Howard, and the Four Tops, along with Alfie's own bands and ensembles. Alfie toured extensively with legendary R&B superstar Teddy Pendergrass, which earned him (Alfie) two platinum recording credits to his impressive list of achievements. Mr. Pollitt has also represented Philadelphia at the Ocho Rios Jazz Festival in Jamaica (1995) and at the Festin Third International Music Festival in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil (1993). Besides being a musician, Alfie is known as a teacher and mentor to many musicians and other people in his surrounding communities.

Raena Mitchell

Senior Graphic Designer


Raena Mitchell has a record of being an active participant, teacher and advocate for the arts in education for over twenty years. Her experience in research, writing, graphic design, marketing, advertising, curriculum, program/project management and development has helped to serve many organizations. Some include but are not limited to: the African American Atelier Inc., Green Hill Center for Arts, Greensboro, NC, JobLink! of Alexandria, Bennett College, and T.C. Williams Choir. Throughout her professional career, Ms. Mitchell has held tenure in three public school systems: Fairfax County Public Schools, D.C. Public Schools, and Guilford County Schools as a Substitute Teacher, Art Teacher, and Special Education Resource Guide. In 2017, Ms. Mitchell was named the Senior Graphic Designer for Green Melody Productions. Ms. Mitchell's vast range of experiences bring to the Green Melody collective a component that encourages organization and growth. Ms. Mitchell resides in the Philadelphia Metropolitan area.