Stanley Porter is the President and Founder of 4:12 Records Inc. He is a also a songwriter, producer, and nationally known recording artist. He has written and produced two albums: No Turning Back (2001) and Grace Amazing (2005). Since starting 4:12 Records in 2001, Stanley has grown the company from a one man operation to a business that generates its own products, and has a small staff that oversees marketing, production, and management. A graduate of Brandeis University, Stanley has served as a church musician for over 15 years. He has consulted numerous individuals on topics related to music ministry and industry. His music has received favorable reviews in the United States, England, and Japan. He is currently recording his third album which is due sometime in 2008.
Antoine Brewster is a writer, producer, and engineer who is determined to leave his mark in the world of gospel music. While earning a degree in Music Industry, Mr. Brewster served as host of a Holy Hip Hop Show at Northeastern's radio station (WRBB). He is futhering his radio career as a DJ for the Next Level Gospel Network in Boston. Listeners may know him by his on air name: DJ Triple Threat. Antoine has released an independent album, Good News Music, and has engineered mixtapes for various local Holy Hip Hop artists. He currently serves as an Audio Engineer for Jubilee Christian Church in Boston, MA. When he is not working, Antoine is continuing his professional development by attending various gospel music industry workshops across the nation.
Christopher Clarke is a music industry scholar and musician who has toured with choirs for nearly a decade. In addition, he has served as Music Director for several Boston church events and concerts. Since 2000, Mr Clarke has done some impressive touring and collaborations. He coordinated a Boston tour for Atlanta's Oakwood College Choir. He has also toured Detroit with Boston University's Inner Strength Gospel Choir. The group sang at the church of national gospel artist Pastor Marvin Sapp. Clarke also shared the stage with gospel greats Donald Lawrence and Richard Smallwood while performing at the New England Conservatory of Music. Currently he is planning a tour for Stanley Porter while coordinating appearances for a few local groups