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TCI Premier attends luxury studio opening; recording artist ‘Jack’ aims at new niche

#Providenciales, Turks and Caicos -October 7, 2020 — October 3, 2020 saw the launch of Paradise Beach Front Productions, a first of it’s kind luxury production studio for the audio and film industry.

Jack gives demonstration to TCI Premier, Hon Sharlene Robinson who attended the opening of the production studio on October 3, 2020

The studio which is housed at a beautiful villa, overseeing the famous late “Prince” Mansion in Turtle Tail, Providenciales has mobile capabilities, which means it can be moved to any luxury villa for persons wanting to work during their travel to the Turks and Caicos Islands. 


Audio and film producers, movie directors, musicians, artists, entertainers etc will now be able to conveniently work and extend their visits to the beautiful Turks and Caicos Islands.

Premier, Hon Sharlene Robinson attended this grand opening and jointly cut the ribbon of this new venture, owned and operated by our very own “David Lightbourne” widely known as Jack.

This venture introduces a key sector to the TCI’s national portfolio, which includes “Music Tourism.”

Such projects not only benefit the operators, but gives visitors the opportunity to seek out other opportunities such as real estate, investment opportunities, and have the necessary industry standard tools to work while on vacation.

Photos provided by Paradise Beach Front Productions

Mr. Lightbourne says that long term efforts include incorporating film and audio production into the national education curriculum and explained that Government supports such initiatives.

“We also plan on using music as a platform to combat social issues in our communities, as music can be a powerful tool when facing challenging issues such as crime etc.”

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