Vince Williams is a video production specialist that always looks for new opportunities and ways to get involved and contribute to an industry that he is very passionate about. He has over a decade of experience and with each unique project that comes his way can take a role of leadership or be a technical/creative supporter.

 

          The basis for his skills and creativity started with his education in film production from Chapman University in California and Southern Methodist University in Texas. That education has allowed him to have success doing many different types of projects from films to corporate videos to webisodes to commercials.

 

         Documentaries are Vince’s wheelhouse. His films have been screened at

over 20 different film festivals around the USA and won several awards. He

currently works with Orphan Outreach to bring international stories back home

to gain recognition and support for the subject matter.

 

         Currently, Vince has taken a strong interest in the writing aspect of film and worked to gain knowledge and experience in that area. He wrote and directed the faith-based short films, The Perfect Shelter and Without or Without, with the later earning eight nominations at the 168 Film Festival Competition in Los Angeles. Nominations included Best Film, Best Director and Best Writing for a Drama.

 

         Vince has also taught film production on the collegiate-level for over eight years. He mainly teaches production classes, such as Documentary, Cinematography, Lighting and Short Film Production. Teaching is a way for him to give back to the future generation of filmmakers.