Chairman of the Board of Directors
Eric Honour is the owner of Honour Group General Building Contractor and has worked in the southern California construction industry for more than 35 years. He's held a California general contractor's license for over 23 years. The combined value of his previously completed projects is over four hundred million dollars. This includes multiple projects for various government entities such as the Department of Defense, the FAA, the City and County of San Diego and many other cities throughout southern California. Private sector commercial clients include Boeing's Human Spaceflight Division for the Space Shuttle's maintenance facilities and Delta rocket programs, and General Atomics. Eric's extensive experience includes a wide variety of historical restorations. He's received numerous awards including the Award of Excellence in 2010 and 2013 from the Construction Management Association of America-San Diego Chapter, CMAA-SD for management of construction projects valued up to 25 million dollars. Other awards include Stockholm, Sweden's ICR Institute's award for the historical restoration of the San Diego County Administration Center. An award was also received from the City of San Diego for the historical restoration of the original San Diego City Hall built in 1850.
Steven "Herky" Williams
Mr. Steven "Herky" Williams, a StereoVision Board of Directors member since May 5, 2000, has an extensive background and knowledge of the entertainment industry. Mr. Williams served as Head of A&R for Capital Records and later as VP of A&R for Liberty Records. While there he worked with artists such as Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, Tanya Tucker, and many others. For 15 years he served as ASCAP's VP of their Creative Department. ASCAP is a member owned company that collects and distributes over nine hundred million dollars a year in royalties to its songwriters and publishers. While at ASCAP, a few of the people he worked with were, George Strait, Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Reba McIntyre, and Garth Brooks. Since leaving ASCAP he has been a consultant to artists and record labels while serving as a StereoVision Director.
The son of Governor Carlos Romero Barcelo, Puerto Rico's former two term governor and two term U.S. Congressman, has been a StereoVision Board member for 10 years. Previously he has served as president of Phoneworks Inc. a public pay phone company in Puerto Rico. For 15 years he served as president and director of Puerto Rico 7 Inc. a company operating the majority of the 7-11 franchises in Puerto Rico. Andres now provides StereoVision access to the many filmmaking opportunities in Puerto Rico and is the Company's liaison with Puerto Rico's Film Commission.
Chris is a six year veteran of the United States Navy and has been on multiple deployments as a Damage Controlman on the USS Green Bay (LPD-20). Now has recently crossed over to the United States Army and has been appointed as a Warrant Officer to continue his service and is currently in Rotary Wing Flight School at Fort Rucker Alabama. His determination to succeed is unwavering and he applies military determination towards all of his endeavors. To include but not limited to film and music production.
Highly accomplished senior executive with 20 years experience in the financial securities industry. Equipped with a broad-based experience in directing operations for International Corporation's multi-million dollar enterprises . Well-versed in all aspects of strategic planning, coupled with an outstanding ability in maximizing performance of operations with emphasis on strategy formulation and profitability improvement. Empowering manager, known for utilizing interactive, motivational, and decisive management style in developing highly motivated service teams to support business objectives. Adept in accomplishing goals and meeting critical deadlines in a fast-paced, competitive environment.
CEO, President, and Director
Jack Honour, the Founder of Stereo Vision Entertainment Inc has, much like the company, a rather diversified story. The core of his business philosophy was constructed by the military training he received as a member of the elite Coast Guard amphibious support team and Honor Guard stationed at the White House. Mr. Honour's entrepreneurial nature has lead him to launch a variety of businesses from restaurants to real estate management. In 1999 an opportunity presented itself to merge an existing public company with an entertainment company that had a special niche and a thirty year success record and the publicly traded company, StereoVision Entertainment Inc, was born. Realizing the time was right to capitalize on the transition from traditional entertainment to state of the art international multimedia production, acquisition, and distribution, Honour gathered together the top people in the necessary fields and brought them in under the umbrella of the public company, StereoVision Entertainment Inc.