While creating Lucinda’s Pawnshop, as producing partners, they collaborated on such titles as Bloody Proof and El Grito, a dual language, straight-to-video detective film shot in English and in Spanish and Humphrey the Bear for Galavision. They also produced the 2001 Imagine Awards, 200 episodes of the syndicated home improvement television show Home Magazine, and others. Paul and Hope have also created and developed for the young adult market an exceptionally fun board game called SPIN, SKIN and WIN and are currently developing it into a television show.
During their careers the two have held various positions in the entertainment industry. Paul, the position of executive vice president of operations for Wilshire Court Productions (a Viacom television production company) as well as president at Paloma Productions, a production company specializing in dual language programming for television and film production. Hope has always been an entrepreneur, owning Post Solutions, a video post-production facility and Electronic Location Productions, a mobile television production company, as well as Command Concepts a full-service advertising agency.