Tessil Collins is the Executive Producer and Creative Director of Spectrum Broadcasting Corporation and manages its divisions Spectrum Creatives and Spectrum Management. Mr. Collins is a subject matter expert in all aspects of media production and technology, graphic and web design, product promotion, marketing and advertising. Tessil is the Producer of SBC’s Internet radio station, Sun-Music.net
A creative writer and designer, Tessil produces audio, video and graphic media products. He is an educator and business consultant who develops materials used by arts, media, communications, business and public service institutions and industry.
A 27 year veteran of the Boston Public Schools, Mr. Collins has held Adjunct Faculty positions at Wheelock College, Emerson College and the Art Institute of New England. He teaches courses in New Media Production, Computer Technology Literacy, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite and WordPress.
Mr. Collins is a graduate of the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation’s Broadcast Leadership Training Program (NABEF). This year-long program is targeted to senior level broadcast managers of proven ability who aspire to advance as group executives or station owners.
He is President of the Roxbury Crossing Historical Trust. In this role, he is also a Research Associate at the Special Collections and Archives, Healy Library UMass Boston where he manages the Roxbury History Blog. In 2003 Tessil wrote and produced “My Roxbury”, a video poem that celebrates the Boston neighborhood of Roxbury, Massachusetts. He was recently awarded a grant from the Dudley Branch of the Boston Public Library’s Fellowes Athenaeum Fund to update the video which will premiere February 17, 2015.
Born in Boston Tessil is a graduate of Tufts University and the Boston Latin School. Mr. Collins is a management professional whose consultant services are available for contract in the all aspects of the media, music, politics, business and education. Tessil is also available as an acting and voice-over talent.
As the media have converged and times have changed, Tessil Collins has emerged as an innovator and leader.
TESSIL COLLINS IN NATIONAL GRID’S “FLOWERS” COMMERCIAL
TESSIL COLLINS IN MASSACHUSETTS STATE LOTTERY’S “LUCKY FOR LIFE’ COMMERCIAL
TESSIL COLLINS MODERATES “REFORMING BOSTON SCHOOLS” FOR THE FORD HALL FORUM