“More Than The Eye Can See” is our motto, we create more than a photo, more than a DVD, we capture and deliver life long memories of any event imaginable, from birthday parties to funerals, class reunions to weddings. Every life-changing event, we’re there. The place where the saying “ You get what you pay for” doesn’t apply to us, we should change the saying to “You get MORE than what you pay for”. The company where quality not only meets affordability but also exceeds affordability.
Dignified Digital, a multi-media company that encompasses multiple aspects of the “digital world”, is a subsidiary of Dignified Records LLC. Dignified Records was founded in 2005 originally as a record label, hence the “DR” in the company’s logo. In 2011, the Dignified Corporation added a new branch, “Dignified Digital”. How did we go from such extremes you ask? A record label to a digital company???? Well its quite simple. Dignified Records managed a music band and while working with them we witnessed them perform amazing shows. We thought it would be great to video them for more exposure, from there, our cameras took on lives of their own. We’ve had the pleasure of filming national talents such as Kenny Latimore, Lo-Key?, Silk, Ginuwine, Avant, Brownstone, Mint Condition, Tank, Eric Benet, Ray J, Slave, Bloodstone, Con Funk Shun, and LeVelle.
At Dignified Digital we strive for excellence in every job we perform. The Company is owned and operated by Kamiasha Moses-Tyner, nicknamed “Tha Produca”. Kamiasha is a Pittsburg State University graduate, obtaining dual degrees in Marketing and Business Management. Tyner is the proud recipient of the 2015 Delta Sigma Theta “Women of Courage” Award and the 2015 Kansas City Kansas Community College “Legends of Diversity” Award.
Tyner’s latest challenge came in 2014 when she added director to her many titles. She created, produced, and directed the documentary film of the legendary and historic all-black high school “Sumner High School” of Kansas City, Kansas, titled “Sumner High School: The Best Kept Secret”.
Kamiasha is also a photo contributor to the Community Voice Newspaper. She is a true perfectionist that expresses that it’s a gift and a curse. Every project is created with care, consideration, and precision. Kamiasha’s ambition and drive is deeply rooted in the practices of her father. Growing up around music, photography and video. When Kamiasha was in 8th grade, she discovered that her friends were great practice subjects, it was then that she believed she was a photographer/videographer.