Vice President of Creative Direction and Development
Patsy Evans Ph.D., L.M.H.C., D.O.M.
President and CEO
Dr. Patsy Evans a.k.a. Dr. Harmony is one of Florida’s leading Clinical Sexologists and Professional Neutrals. She brings her unique blend of skills and education specializing in Kink Culture and Sexuality, Relationship Counseling, Executive, Leadership and Business Coaching, Traumatology, Crisis Mangement, Dispute Resolution, Diplomatic Relations, and Negotiation, and Corporate Culture Transformation. Dr. Evans is the founder of the Kink Aware Therapy Certification Institute.
Jason is an Entrepreneur, Publisher, Producer, Multi-Media Designer, Business Coach, Branding, Advertising, and Marketing Consultant. He holds an A.A. from BCSI in Programming and Networking and an A.A. in Mass Media Communications from Brookdale Community College.
Jim is the CFO/CIO of HarmonyUs, Inc. (Dream Crusher). Jim Evans graduated from Georgia Tech with a Bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering. He has been in the software QA and Development industry for two decades and the music industry for a lifetime. Jim also is our HIPAA compliance officer.
Imagine if Bryan Adams’ airplane crashed into the Goo Goo Dolls tour bus, and a mad scientist grew a musical clone from the wreckage. The result would sound a lot like the music of Jim Evans.
Jim has been performing publicly since the age of 10 with choral groups and as a solo performer. Growing up in the Atlanta area, he began songwriting at the age of 16, and has been refining his craft ever since.
After graduating from Georgia Tech in 1991, Jim found work in the computer software industry, moving to the Seattle area in 1994. He continued to perform small shows with various groups while trying to find his own voice in the Seattle music scene. In 1997, Jim began updating old material, as well as composing new songs with an eye toward entering the recording studio. He formed a record label, Argo Records, and the CD that resulted, Boundless, was released in 2001, and was well-received by critics and fans alike.
In 2002, he began work on a follow-up CD, which became Better Angels. Featuring a much more cohesive sound, and more guitar-oriented arrangements, the CD was released on Argo Records in early 2003 to critical success, and played to sold out clubs around the region.
In early 2004, Jim moved to the Tampa area, where he continues to live and perform.
Director of Music Direction and Development