Flow's fourth album JAWBREAKER has already received some great exposure as it was selected to be in the GLAAD 19th Annual Award Show VIP gift bag. Elaine Hendrix (Parent Trap/What The Bleep Do We Know) is producing two upcoming benefits, In Defense of Animals and The Pet Care Foundation. JAWBREAKER is also a part of that VIP gift bag. Last week, “Life is too short” won "Runner Up" in Song of the Year Contest. As the producer, writer and performer, she is fearless about her approach to music. “It’s my chance to say exactly what I want; complete freedom to express myself.” Some of Flow’s tunes are raw and in your face while others are reflective, and express deeper feelings about love and relationships. Flow’s studies in New York included Strasberg Acting Studio, Alvin Ailey’s, Martha Graham Dance Studio and a scholarship to Broadway Dance Center. When she wasn’t studying, Flow was a featured dancer in videos for bands like Radio Head and STYX. In addition she toured nation wide in trade shows like Wella, Matrix and Panasonic. Flow also performed the productions “42nd Street” and “Camelot”, in addition to “Broadway Cares for AIDS” at Lincoln Center. Choreographing was a natural transition. Flow choreographed the movie Shadow Hours starring Peter Weller and Rebecca Gayheart, the commercials and show opening for the late night TV show Vibe (a spin off of Vibe Magazine), in addition to Revlon and Wella corporate events. She also was assistant choreographer for the Miss Universe Pageant. Moving to the west coast, Flow continued her studies at the famous “Groundlings” and began full production of her music. Toy Box, the comedy troupe, was formed in 1999 with her sketch comedy writing partner Brian Ecker. During that period she produced, wrote, directed and edited the local cable show entitled “Toy Box”. Simultaneously releasing her first album “Snapped”. The combination of music and comedy snowballed into a fierce viral marketing campaign for Flow’s music. “Get Naked” was the first venture into the Internet world. Upon release, it generated thousands of hits on Flow’s website and was picked up for air on Absolute Idie, airing nation wide as well as in Germany and Australia. Adrenaline Nation TV is also airing “Get Naked”. “Madonna Hung Up On Crack” was Flow and Brian’s next viral video for the track “This Beat Goes On Club Mix” from the NAKED album. “The internet response has been overwhelming,” says Flow. The Madonna spoof has been viewed over 1 million times and combined Flow and Brian’s videos have over 5 million views. They have both been made YouTube partners. Charlie's Bitch Ass Ho's is Flow and Brian’s latest brainchild! It's the first ever on-line interactive sketch comedy game (http//www.charliesbitchasshos.com). It’s a spoof based on Charlie’s Angels, and the viewer can choose which way the girls go in the story line. It won “Best Comedy” in the New York Independent International Film Festival. Starring Flow, Brian Ecker, Elaine Hendrix, and Raquel Horsford. With a special appearance by Ahmed Best. “I love doing the videos but every part of my personality seems to come together in my live performances.” The Knitting Factory, Molly Malones, The Gig and CBGB’S are some of the live venues where Flow has performed. Flow’s stage show has a full band and choreographed dancers or can be seen with a DJ and two dancers. As a sought after Editor and Founder of Stretch Productions, Flow has worked on popular reality television shows such as Fear Factor, Big Brother, The Bachelor, Battle for Ozzfest, Meet the Barkers, House of Carters and others. Stretch Productions has produced, edited, and directed documentaries, TV, videos and sketches and is now creating a brand new revolutionary medium with "Charlie's Bitch Ass Hos" Flow can also be seen hosting “Arena” on G4techTV, which is broadcast into 50 million homes nationwide. "Take 30 minutes to join Lee, Kevin and Flow for the most fun you can have..." says G4tech TV.