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Armani’s universal body of work makes her multifaceted and proficient in a number of areas in the film
industry. Her experience spans executed branded content and commercials for global brands like
Capitol Records, Warner Music, Sony Music, Jordan, Lend Up Bank, and more. She has cultivated
meaningful relationships in the Hip Hop industry by producing and directing for some of the biggest
stars in music such as Chance The Rapper, Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, Megan The Stallion, and a live
performance for Jimmy Fallon to name a few. 

As a trusted connector and creative, Armani is limitless and has often been tapped to bring music and
television to life innovatively. By 21, Armani co-developed her first television show, Beyond The Pole
which airs on WeTV, and began producing television shows like Love and Hip Hop Hollywood, Sunday
Best, and VH1’s Couples Retreat.

Armani’s debut short film, Deus ex Machina, premiered at the BronzeLens Film Festival, winning the
Best Short Film award. The movie is based on an earnest boy who must fight for his life after
oppression confronts him and his friends on their way to school. It won four consecutive awards before
its Direct TV and Aspire TV release. Armani followed it up with a family dramedy feature, All I Want For
Christmas, starring Erica Peeples on Hulu.

Between directing jobs, Armani works as a producer, giving back to our shining youth, playing tennis,
exploring her love for fashion, and serving on the Board of Directors of Invest Atlanta’s Creative
Industries Grant Fund. She is currently developing and writing projects that emits light on social issues.
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