chromatic black™ co-founder and president, Angela Harmon is an Emmy-nominated producer, storyteller, and filmmaker. Angela is responsible for the chromatic black’s slate of original scripted, nonscripted and alternative episodic projects. She oversees new development and current productions with a focus on programming that disrupts the master narrative and all of its contemporary mutations.
Angela Harmon has more than 20 years of experience working with unscripted and scripted development for production companies and labs, as well as casting, television and film development grooming, talent development and production consultation services. During her career, Ms. Harmon has developed approximately 40 television shows for several major networks including Netflix, NBC,CBS, A&E, and HGTV.
Ms. Harmon has developed a prolific catalog of production house credits curating films and finding and curating projects for blackfilm.com
, 40 Acres, Netflix, Discovery Networks, Paramount, NBC, Clinica Estetico, Leopard USA and Tough Cookie
Angela Harmon has collaborated with well-known filmmakers such as Jonathan Demme and Spike Lee as well as worked with Award winners, name a couple of people. During her career, Angela Harmon has worked at well-known production companies such as BBC, Center for Popular Democracy, 40 Acres & A Mule, Lion Television, MTV Networks, NBC New York, Pulse Films, Relativity Media, and others.
Angela Harmon holds a Bachelors of Arts in communications from City College. Ms. Harmon also holds a certificate in story development, fundraising, documentary, and film through the Filmmakers Collaborative program at Maysles Documentary Center.
When she’s not building a media ecosystem, Ms. Harmon enjoys watching Prince videos with her free daughter and dancing.
Angela Harmon lives in New York City.