Duane Dixon a native New Yorker from Queens who now considers himself an Atlantan has always been a lover of the arts. His love for music led him to writing and producing songs with hopes of one day becoming the next Babyface or Jam and Lewis. However, a changing marketplace and life’s responsibilities eventually took precedence and those dreams were deferred; Until 2010.

That love for telling compelling stories never wavered and Dixon began to write, produce and direct independent films. His first directorial debut was a dramatic feature film called Rendezvous which premiered in 2011 in Atlanta and was later shown at several other sold out venues throughout the country. Introducing acting to his resume he starred in his next successful short film The Gift and the Curse in 2017.

He later went on to produce the second installment, The Gift and the Curse 2 which premiered in the summer of 2018. Imagery films specializes in the production and distribution of independent films. The company prides itself on producing topical films that cater to an underserved minority market and as chairman of the foundation, It’s that same minority market that The Dixon Arts Foundation caters to.