EXECUTIVES & ASSOCIATES


TERENCE MICHAEL has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood."  He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate; and executive produced or showrun television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, and A&E.  Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as showrunning other existing network or cable shows.


Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, and The Christian Science Monitor.


ERIK ADAMS has worked in television development since movies-of-the-week were a television staple -- first developing for Hill/Fields Entertainment (Detention: Siege at Johnson High for CBS) and then later with Merv Griffin developing one-hour strip shows (The Ainsley Harriot Show for NBC), Game Shows (Click), and MOWs (Murder At The Cannes Film Festival for E!).  Erik later joined Sennet/Gernstein developing HBO's "K Street," CBS's "Dr. Vegas" and "Stephen King's Desperation."


As an entrepreneur Erik built several companies, and continues to be a part of two successful Hollywood

go-to resources he founded.  With partners Steve Mellon and Chris Adams, he started MADRIK Multimedia which produces client based content, from commercials and music videos to brand informercials and presentations (Pepsi, Mazda, Toshiba, Smartcar) as well as physical production services in TV (24, Crossing Jordan, Grey's Anatomy, Chuck, Prison Break) and film (Iron Man, Angels & Demons, Transformers I II III).  Eric also created Cinestat in 2004, which provides satellite based data and voice to remote locations (Spiderman III, War of the Worlds).  Erik is now responsible for having put over half-a-dozen shows into development at 100% Terry Cloth.


TYLER BARNETT was named one of the top 25 young entrepreneurs by Business Week, and the Los Angeles Business Journal declared him amongst the "Top 20 Entrepreneurs in their 20's."  Tyler has a strong knack for marketing, communication, and branding,  He has also been in front of the camera, featured on Reality TV shows on E!, Bravo, VH1, and MTV.


Barely out of college at the age of 23, Tyler created TBPR, the eponymous public relations firm in Beverly Hills.  Today, that same firm is busy and thriving, having created campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, celebrities and businesses such as National Lampoon, Rock Star Clothing, and The Los Angeles Lakers.


DAWN WOLFROM has produced two feature films with 100% Terry Cloth (WIREY SPINDELL starring "Ugly Beatty"'s Eric Mabius and "Rescue Me"'s Callie Thorne, and NEVER AGAIN starring Jeffrey Tambor and Jill Clayburgh for Universal Focus), as well as Universal's "Perfect Man" starring Hillary Duff, Heather Locklear, and Chris Noth, and most recently Disney Channel's "BAD HAIR DAY."


Dawn is often sought after at film festivals, panels, and consulting for her strong background in story producing and well-respected, New York sensibility.