Executive Producer, Erica Woods
Erica has more than 15 years experience in program management and communications. She brings an array of talents to Park Triangle Productions as its newly minted President and CEO. From producing to coordinating the resources and people needed to bring creative concepts to life. She intends on making The Angle an anchor project for the production company in the marketplace.
Born and Raised in Pittsburgh, Pa, Erica moved to Washington DC to attend Georgetown University and has lived in DC since. She enjoys singing, dancing and travel when she’s not focused on production.
Creator/Director, Gemal Woods
I started this journey with The Angle in the summer of 2010 as a way to share voices from different places. My hopes are that this project reaches diverse corners of the world and creates a network of perspectives that blend with art and innovative thinking.
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, Gemal’s eclectic life experiences have provided him a unique lens through which to view the world. He has worn the shoes of a graffiti artist, award winning fine artist, erratic college student, street criminal—now a visual artist, and devoted husband and father—each influencing his growing body of work.
Gemal’s work has won recognition in the film community. He is the winner of the Texas Black Film Festival (2012), “Best of Festival” in the Chicago International Social Change Film festival (2012) Arizona Black Film festival (2010) second place winner of the Cadillac Under Five Film Contest (2005) and Rosebud Film Festival (2005 and 2012). Several of his screenplays have placed in competitions as well.
He attended the New York Film Academy (NYFA) in 2002 to enhance his filmmaking skills. After attending NYFA, Gemal started Park Triangle Productions, a production company that services clients like the BET, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Goodwill Industries as well as independent filmmakers.
Host, Paige Hernandez
Every production is an opportunity to learn something new—meet someone new. Trying to give light to voices seldom heard is also an exciting part of being involved in a project like the Angle. I only hope the viewers are as excited as I am when we’re making the episodes.
A native of Baltimore, Paige is a graduate of the Baltimore School for the Arts and received a BA in theater andbroadcast journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.As a teaching artist, Paige has taught throughout the metro area, to all ages, in all disciplines. She has partnered with many organizations including Wolftrap and Arena Stage where she was awarded the Thomas Fichandler award for exceptional promise in theater education.
Paige has performed on many stages in the DC metro area including Arena Stage, Roundhouse, The Everyman Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Wooly Mammoth, Imagination Stage, GALA, Discovery Theatre and Charter Theatre as well as others.
Associate Producer, Terry Scott
Terry Scott was born Terrence Patrick Scott sometime in the 1960’s In Los Angeles California. A first generation native Angeleno, he literally was born on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood, at Kaiser Permanente Hospital. The oldest of eight, he hails from good New Orleanian stock as his parents were part of the post WWII westward migration from Louisiana. The Warmth of Other Suns indeed. Mr. Scott self identifies as a Cultural Organizer in which for him, “Cultural organizing is about integrating arts and culture into organizing strategies… about organizing from a particular tradition, cultural identity, and community of place or worldview to advance social and economic justice.”