A talented team of producers, directors, visionaries, and a hard-working crew come together to provide YOU, and the public, the next in cutting edge cinematography. Split Point, Inc. is your home for any production and photography needs, and so much more! We’ve produced films, music videos, special events, photo shoots, and are ready to work with you on whatever sparks your creativity! Please visit our Services page to find out more about how our team can make your dream come to life. If you don’t see something you need, or have any questions, please fill out the form on our Contact page and we’ll get back to you soon!
Founded in 2016 by Gayle Blanks and Ramon Vincent, Split Point, Inc. came to be after Ramon wrote Steak or Ramen, and the pair knew it was more than just a film. Their hope is to create many more projects after the release of Steak or Ramen that shed light on other injustices and stories that excite and move you!
Gayle Blanks, CEO and Co-Creator of Tae Bo® Fitness, has always had a love for film and is excited to bring important stories to life through Split Point, Inc. Over the past fifteen years, Gayle has been very involved in philanthropy, having formed and managed the former Billy Blanks® Foundation for ten years. She has been very involved with our military, our homeless, and the less fortunate here in Los Angeles, and Erie, PA, where she is originally from. Steak or Ramen is Split Point, Inc.’s first film and she is thrilled to explore and create more stories!
Ramon Vincent has worked in the entertainment industry in many capacities. A published photographer, from reality shows to music videos, he has an eye for cinematography and detail. Ramon graduated from Video Symphony as a new media film editor. He has a passion for telling stories, which is apparent in his still and moving images. Ramon has an exceptional strength in motion graphics and any and all graphic design. In the past he has told his stories through Rap music, now he is proud to showcase his storytelling as the writer of Steak or Ramen, based on a subject dear to his heart.