Charles is an editor, director & photographer whose creative expertise spans multiple mediums.

Charles Little II began his career as a freelance computer graphics designer, creating groundbreaking 2D and 3D works for burgeoning record companies and independent music artists; before his unique aesthetic became sought after by an international roster of agencies and brands including DDB, J Walter Thompson, Pernod Ricard, Motorola, Sony Playstation which led to collaborations with artists like Jay-Z, Beyoncé, R. Kelly, LCD Soundsystem DJ Z-trip, Tiësto and others.

Charles launched his own modest design boutique: Wicker Park Creative Mediums, in Chicago’s then trendsetting Wicker Park neighborhood; which parlayed directly into his pioneering promotions company: Pure Promote Group, then commonly known as PURE and arguably his most significant pre-millennial offering.   Some of Charles’ design works from this era are viewable in Joel T. Jordan’s coffee table publication: Searching For The Perfect Beat: Flyer Designs of the American Rave Scene (Watson-Guptill Publications, 2000) and record of his contributions as a prolific dance music promoter are evidenced in Michaelangelo Matos’ paperback: The Underground Is Massive: How Electronic Dance Music Conquered America  (Harper Collins, 2015)

Today, Charles is expressing his repertoire of skills and experience in the mediums of digital film and photography.  As an editor Charles creates XX hours of television annually for a variety of networks, studios and producers.

Charles is an editor, director & photographer whose creative expertise spans multiple mediums

Charles Little II began his career as a freelance computer graphics designer, creating groundbreaking 2D and 3D works for burgeoning record companies and independent music artists; before his unique aesthetic became sought after by an international roster of agencies and brands including DDB, J Walter Thompson, Pernod Ricard, Motorola, Sony Playstation which led to collaborations with artists like Jay-Z, Beyoncé, R. Kelly, LCD Soundsystem DJ Z-trip, Tiësto and others.

Charles launched his own modest design boutique: Wicker Park Creative Mediums, in Chicago’s then trendsetting Wicker Park neighborhood; which parlayed directly into his pioneering promotions company: Pure Promote Group, then commonly known as PURE and arguably his most significant pre-millennial offering.   Some of Charles’ design works from this era are viewable in Joel T. Jordan’s coffee table publication: Searching For The Perfect Beat: Flyer Designs of the American Rave Scene (Watson-Guptill Publications, 2000) and record of his contributions as a prolific dance music promoter are evidenced in Michaelangelo Matos’ paperback: The Underground Is Massive: How Electronic Dance Music Conquered America  (Harper Collins, 2015)

Today, Charles is expressing his repertoire of skills and experience in the mediums of digital film and photography.  As an editor Charles creates XX hours of television annually for a variety of networks, studios and producers.