Actor | Director | Writer | Producer | Teaching Artist



Glenn Quentin, Founder of Higher Vibrations Collective is an award-winning artist based in New York City. True dreamer and poet at heart, he is a sun-child originally from Miami FL, uplifting the world through artistry and activism.

Glenn received a B.F.A from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts and trained additionally at Shakespeare's Globe Theater. High school graduate from New World School of the Arts.

Some director credits includes “Th3 Adopt3d On3” (JeffBrwn) "Showtime" (Midtown International Theatre Festival) nominated for Best Director Short Subject Play, "Too Be Frank" (FR Dubb Productions) "Bi" Season 2 (BiUS Entertainment) Screened at Boston LGBT Film Festival and My True Colors Festival.

Some acting credits include “Ex Cycle” (BiUS Entertainment) "Boardwalk Empire" (HBO), "Blue Bloods" (CBS),"You Can't Die Here" (The Millennial Group LLC) and “Lost Boys” (The Notice Blog).

Some past writer credits include "Dinner with the Stevensons" awarded Most Innovative Script from the 2013 Thespis Festival, "CrackBaby" (The Griot Festival) and "Carringnton's Rules" (Higher Vibrations Collective.)

Some past producer credits include "Red, White and Detroit" (Crownwheel Pictures) "A Walk Within" (Media Filmz) and "Shampagne" (Miami Webfest/ Hip Hop Film Festival Feature).

Author of "No Place For Us" collection of poetry.

Glenn has taught at North Miami Parks and Recreation Gold Camp, Globe Education, Westside YMCA, Riverdale Y, Boys Club NYC, NYJTL, Barbizon, Arizona Thespians and Ghetto Film School.