JACQUIL CONSTANT, Production Assistant
Jacquil Constant was born in Brooklyn, New York to Haitian immigrant parents and moved to Hollywood when he was six years of age. Very early on Jacquil was exposed to the world of filmmaking and through films such as Malcolm X, realized that the medium of film could serve as his creative outlet without limits.
Throughout his career Jacquil has worked for networks such as MTV, BET, and VHI in various capacities including production, post-production and casting of reality television shows. In 2006, Jacquil established his own production company, Constant Production, which has various music videos, short films, and commercials to its credit. In 2010, Jacquil was granted an internship at the Cal State Northridge’s University (CSUN) Advancement Marketing Communications Department. Jacquil also works with CSUN’s Pan African Studies department filming various events and producing documentaries. Jacquil is currently an Interdisciplinary Studies graduate student at CSUN. His educational focus has allowed him the freedom to work on both of his passions – film production and the history of black culture. Jacquil will be producing an art documentary on Haiti’s emerging art community for his graduate thesis and will be graduating in 2013. He completed his undergraduate degree in Film Production with a minor in Pan African Studies at CSUN in 2002.