Teresa Davis, Filmmaker, to be Recognized at Bmorenews’ “Sweet 16” Anniversary, Dec. 11 (6-8p), Baltimore Visitor Center

(BALTIMORE – December 6, 2018) – Mark your calendars for the 16th Anniversary Celebration of Baltimore-based news and information portal, www.bmorenews.com. The event is Tuesday, December 11, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm at Baltimore Visitor Center, located at 401 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21202.

RSVP to https://bmorenews16.eventbrite.com.

As always – at least for the past 7 years, this event will feature The Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards. Honorees include filmmaker Teresa Davis.

Who is Teresa?

Teresa Davis is a Baltimore native and a true visionary. She has a passion for the arts and humanities, and uses them to tell her stories, whether they are on canvas or in her novels. Teresa Davis is a 5-Time Self-Published Author. Her Novels are “Ghetto Misery Uncut”, “Ghetto Misery Uncut Street Land Lords“, Co-writer of “Pistol Whipped”, “Dope Dick”, and “Hysterectomy Of The Hood”. She is the 2014 Titan Arts Award “Best Film Director” for the DMV. Further, she, along with her partner, Leonard Coleman, won the 2017 “Best Film“ Audience Award for the documentary, “WJZ No Hands King: Lor Dev Story“ which is about a slain dirt bike rider.

Teresa Davis wrote and directed the film, “Laced”, starring “Momma Jones” of “VH1’s Love &Hip Hop”; she is the former radio host of “YHTL Radio” for 2 1/2 years.

Teresa also goes abroad interviewing people of many walks of life, from boxers to producers to singers to rap artists to actors to people in recovery trying to change their lives.

Additionally, Teresa has been featured in the TV One hit show, “For My Man”. She also has filmed and directed several music videos and she holds a role on the hit web series, “Love Hurts”, by Silk White. She has also been highlighted on Channel 75’s “This is Baltimore, Too”.

Teresa also captured the “Freddie Gray” story throughout the riots and unrest in Baltimore back in 2015, and she is the writer of the highly-anticipated Baltimore film, “Perkaset, The Movie” . In this film, Teresa is bringing awareness to the pharmaceutical drugs that are being misused and prescribed to all ages and races across America. She and her team aim to highlight the devastation that has resulted from this 21st century prescription craze.