MoreMentum Entertainment® (MME) is a multi-platform production company based in Los Angeles, California. MME was founded to address the content needs of entrepreneurs, businesses, and like-minded creatives who are seeking broadcast-level video on a micro-budget.

With our combined experience of over 20+ years in film, television, digital, and radio, we conceptualize, develop, produce, and pitch short-form and long-form content for all audiences and for a variety of outlets.

We accomplish a greater degree of creativity and efficiency by utilizing momentum. We believe momentum is the framework for the advancement of brand-engagement and storytelling, and thanks to our network of industry-savvy collaborators, we will work hard to surpass your expectations.  

At MoreMentum®, we also open doors by personally interviewing both established and up-and-coming individuals in the industry. We believe there are extraordinarily relatable and teachable lessons in the obstacles they’ve overcome – as well as tips and tricks that you’ll find only here.

MoreMentum® hopes to give you the tools you need to find your way, take someone with you and be the co-author of your own success.



We create thought provoking and on-trend concepts and programming at scale but with big budget impact. Collaboration and transparency is paramount  in every phase of production.


We propel our partner’s ideas by merging them with our 25+ years of expertise, because everyone has a story to tell. It’s our job to you help discover, develop and present it to the world.


We inspire creativity through compassion and kindness. Our creative community and world is currently undergoing a seismic shift, and earning your trust is how we deliver outstanding results.


Create.  Propel.  Inspire.


Nick Ramos

CEO / Co-Founder

Nick Ramos is a Telly Award winning and Emmy Award nominated Producer, Director and Editor, who has over fifteen years experience in non-fiction, digital and promo content.

During his television career, Nick has proven instrumental in producing several pilot presentations for CBS Daytime and Bravo, selling both projects to their respective networks. In 2018, Nick served as lead editor on No Cover for the Grammys, featuring the late best-selling hip hop artist, Nipsey Hussle. The doc won two 2019 Telly Awards for Outstanding Documentary and Live Event Feature.

Additionally, Nick has contributed to over 100+ episodes as Senior Field Director/Producer for CBS’ medical, daytime talk show, The Doctors. In 2016, he received a Daytime Emmy award nomination. He has also served as Producer for Ping Pong Productions’ Dr. Pimple Popper for TLC Networks. 

Nick has also worked for such outlets as: E! Entertainment/NBC Universal, AOL-Huffington Post; ITV Studios; Evolution Media/MGM TV, American Latino, NUVO/Fuse, Nat Geo WILD; and Vox/Polygon.

At the heart of Nick’s work is his strong belief in helping young people and those seeking career change with their film and television careers. In 2015, Nick served as Keynote Speaker for his Alma mater Bowling Green State University.

Currently, Nick is preparing to film a medical mission in Nepal, in which an extraordinary team of doctors will perform life-changing surgeries that will help children walk again. The medical crew will be led by Los Angeles based foot and ankle specialist Dr. Ali Khosroabadi. The documentary is partially funded thanks to the nonprofit, Healing The Children.

Nick is a member of the National Television Academy, Producers Guild of America, and National Association of Hispanic Journalists

Kukhautusha Croom


Kukhautusha Croom has built a reputation of laughing too loud, hugging too long, and working too hard, but those attributes have garnered her great respectability, uncompromising integrity, and unwavering loyalty. For the last 20 years, Kukhautusha has worked every job in the production handbook from Intern and PA to Writer and Producer.

Her background is filled with exciting and challenging jobs from sweeping an entire city block for a video shoot to writing monologues for Steve Harvey and Jerry Springer. She started out as an intern and PA for Spike Lee at his New York based film company 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks. While there, she produced his annual 16-week entertainment seminar series at Long Island University and garnered A-list speakers, including Robert DeNiro, Martin Scorsese, Debbie Allen, Denzel Washington, and so many more. She also worked on numerous other projects for Spike, including Malcolm X, Crooklyn, Clockers and several videos and commercials.

Upon her move to Los Angeles, Kukhautusha snagged a writing job on Live From LA, a talk show produced by BET. That was the beginning of a long-standing relationship with the Viacom-owned company and as a result, she has written and produced some of their highest rated shows, including: the BET Awards, Celebration of Gospel, ComicView, Sunday Best, Coming to the Stage, and digital series Trophies, R&B Suite, and 20 Years Later.

Kukhautusha has written for and produced some of Hollywood’s top movers and shakers, including Taraji P. Henson, Viola Davis, George Wallace, Sheryl Underwood, Rickey Smiley, and Kim Coles, to name a few. Additionally, Kukhautusha sold a feature film project to DreamWorks and a treatment on the life of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. to Showtime. She was also hired by the Laurinburg Institute, a historic African American preparatory school founded in 1904, to write a screenplay on the life of their founders Emmanuel and Tinny McDuffie. Kukhautusha’s pitch techniques were featured on CNBC and in The Hollywood Reporter as part of the NATPE Conference.

Recently, Kukhautusha and business partner Nick Ramos co-founded MoreMentum Entertainment (MME.TV), a website dedicated to providing motivational blogs and informational interviews with some of Hollywood’s top actors, producers, writers, and executives. Their goal is to help create, propel, and inspire the next generation of entertainment professionals.

Kukhautusha resides in Los Angeles and is a skilled public speaker who regularly guest lectures at Columbia College Hollywood. She has also lectured on television production, writing, and creative pitching at Long Island University, New York University, and The Los Angeles Film School.

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