If you are looking for a new voice on fashion, beauty and all things entertainment, host and executive producer, Rosalyn Forch and co-producers, Picture You Beautiful Productions have joined forces to bring you the latest happenings in Houston on their new show What Really Matters.
Forch relocated to New York to study fashion buying and merchandising and became a registered member of the Theatrical Wardrobe Union. Her membership opened the doors for work as a make-up artist and wardrobe stylist on Broadway in major productions such as CATS and Phantom of the Opera. She also used her wardrobing skills in several major films including Down to Earth starring Chris Rock and Regina King and Shaft starring Samuel L. Jackson, before landing a job styling the wardrobe for ABC’s Good Morning America host Robin Roberts.
On returning to Houston, Forch came us with the idea of launching her own show. She has now joined with Picture You Beautiful Productions, owned by Bruce and Jackie Dalton, to bring her experience in the industry to Houston in conjunction with Houston Hollywood Movie Production Studio, a local actor’s and filmmaker’s union and production studio that is paving the way to bring more creative projects and films to Houston.
What Really Matters is made it’s debut on March 28 on Houston Media Source. If you missed it, you can tune in to future shows airing on Comcast Channel 17, AT&T U-Verse Channel 99, Sudden Link Channel 99 and Phonoscope Channel 96 as noted below.
Forch’s magazine-style-format talk show is the first production project to be released in collaboration with the Houston Hollywood Studios brand with a diverse line-up of other exciting shows slated to make their debut in 2018.
Tune in next week and see What Really Matters in Houston.