By Michael Feder
All the while, Wiggins was expanding his circle. He began traveling and networking, connecting with filmmakers.
Wiggins didn’t stop there. He started a film company, MG Films & Television, where he can turn his passion for film into completed projects.
When he’s not busy making music or movies, he’s running yet another company, Maestro Consulting, which helps clients grow their brands through digital and in-person marketing.
Again, Wiggins could have stopped there. Certainly, viral musicianship, multiple businesses and a feature film would be enough for most people. Not for Wiggins.
Wiggins wants to share his success with the communities in and around his hometown. Through the Maestro Foundation, he does just that. The philanthropic organization has a hand in multiple efforts, from organizing benefit basketball games to passing out turkeys and toys at Christmas. Whatever would benefit the community, Wiggins wants to make it happen.
Kayla Gilmore has worked with Wiggins on a number of projects, from toy giveaways to film productions.
“He will always make you feel like you can take another step up,” she says. “I have never heard anyone say a bad thing about him, and if he says he is going to do something, he [does it]. He is always helping everyone on his team to level up.”