Maurisa S Coleman is a British-Trinidadian Model, Actress and Entrepreneur.
Her Corporate career spans across 6 years in hotel management and Chartered financial management for global firms across the EMEA.
Maurisa first came to light in the fashion world as a Catwalk model at the House of Ikons in 2010 and swiftly proceeded to lead the way at several national shows as a dynamic, strong and fierce personality on stage. She has graced several international publications.
Her acting career kick started in 2013 as the star in 'Dirty Back Seat' a short by the BBC's Ersel Ulatash which has won three film awards to date. She has featured in several major film and TV productions including 'Daphne' and Humans (TV, cinema, and press), and has already paced her way in major roles for many short productions.
Maurisa is the face of McLaren Technologies it can be done campaign, Humans TV series 2, Lace and Beads for House of Fraser, and Notting Hill Carnival Mas band Bacchanalia. On an International level she attends Budapest Fashion Week, Hungary, as their guest celebrity model, opening and closing for their top designers. Maurisa also attended the MTHAI top talk awards and walked the red carpet with her client and close friend Kitty Noofah, Thailand’s star make-up artist.
MaurisaColeman Incorporated was created to brand Maurisa as privately managed talent, but true to her corporate self the company quickly expanded into branches that handles Event Creation and Management, Choreography, and the management of a very impressive range of talented individuals.
With a corporate portfolio that expands never-endingly she is also the co-owner with her husband of Black Panther Productions, a film production company which provides everything from writing the script, editing it, all the way to the final movie edit.
The company’s official chosen charity is Plan International and it’s first annual fashion event raised £2000.00 in one night. We hope to see you there at the next one!
We set no limits in this incorporation named after a young Trinidadian woman who sought to leave a platform for other girls to stand on.