Lenox Ave recently covered the 2023 Presidential Volunteer Service Award ceremony at the Nineteenth Street Baptist Church in Northwest DC. The award was established by President George W. Bush to honor a select few Americans for their more than 4,000 hours of community service per year.
Lenox Ave partnered with Monarch Magazine, the US Dream Academy, and Master P to document the 'Dream Builders' event at the 2022 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Leadership Institute.
Lenox Ave partnered with PGA Works and PGD Global's to capture the #BeyondtheGreen event at the Congressional Country Club. This ongoing event is designed to educate and inspire students from historically underrepresented backgrounds to pursue careers in the business of golf.
Founder Ricky Scott is recognized as The District of Columbia Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment April 2022 Filmmaker of the Month.
Founder Ricky Scott was selected as a Winter 2022 cohort member of Mayor Muriel Bowser Presents 202Creates Creative Entrepreneur Residency.
We bring you the tragicomedy of an unemployed, social-media obsessed woman who attempts to find her next come up at any cost. Starring Krystal Taylor and Lex Hurson.
Lenox Ave and Southside Productions team up to bring this gritty tale to life. Who heals invisible wounds? Starring Ny'el Simmons, Carlye Fenner, Tyler Jeronek, and Chas S. Smith.
Intel examines the mysterious repercussions that stem from an astrological phenomenon. This is a Mercury in retrograde you'll never forget! Starring Ricky Scott, Max Rodriguez, Ashley Evangelista, and more!
Lenox Ave's founder, Ricky Scott, served as assistant editor for the film Mukbang Masarap, which premiered at the Philippine Consulate General's Sinehan na Summer.
Lenox Ave partners with the Getting Real With Zinga & Jenn podcast, producing promotional visual material for two episodes - "The Good, The Bad, the Ugly" and "What's Your Type?"
Lenox Ave's founder, Ricky Scott, served as editor for the film Miserable Couple, which won first place at the AT&T Create-a-thon Festival.
Lenox Ave's first short film Karma was chosen as an official selection at the African Smartphone International Film Festival.