Hall-e-Wood Productions is the brainchild of Barbadian producers Rommel Hall and Keren Hall. It was founded in 2009 and to date has produced two award-winning series "Keeping up with the Joneses" and "Abiola", an award winning feature-length films "Keeping up with the Joneses: the Movie", true crime documentary "Hall"and the critically acclaimed short "Dear Jane".
Additionally, Hall-e-Wood Productions creates television and radio advertising campaigns and has extended services to include the filming of special events and the creation of music videos.
Founder & Managing Director
Founder & Assistant Managing Director
Rommel Hall was born on September 14, 1979. From childhood he loved reading and telling stories. While at the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill), these skills were honed when he was appointed Drama Coordinator of the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship.
In 2003 he founded the performing arts company Jesus Army Productions where he was given the opportunity to write, produce and direct many award-winning skits and stage plays.
In 2009, Rommel and his wife Keren launched the media production business: Hall-e-wood Productions.
Keren Hall is a true “Jill” of all trades. She is an accomplished, professionally trained and qualified singer, a former hockey player (representing her Alma Mater Harrison College) and a recipient of the BSc in Management from the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill) in 2005 and the Diploma in Education in 2012.
Although she is a qualified primary school teacher, Keren is involved in other various activities. Keren co-founded the media production company Hall-e-Wood Productions with her husband Rommel and serves as a producer for many projects the company is involved in.