Also known as Mr Williams. I was born and raised in Newham, East London. My career in Filmmaking began in 2010 after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design, from Camberwell College, UAL. My love for music lead me making music videos but I wanted to translate the narratives of the songs into video like how Michael Jackson would when he collaborated with Martin Scorsese or Francis Ford Cappola. Through years of mixing and blending those skills with storytelling, I now make films. In 2014 I made my first feature film 'The Newspaper', we won a nomination for Best Independent Feature at the National Film Awards. I continued to develop my craft and In 2017 I completed a MA in Filmmaking, Cinematography at Goldsmiths University. I was recognised by the British Society of Cinematography and presented with a Certificate of Excellence as an Emerging Cinematographer for my student film 'Twenty Minutes'. In 2017 I was listed in a article by The Dots; Championing Diversity: this Black History Month, meet 100 creatives inspiring change. I pride myself on being stylisticly versatile, but the ethos behind my work is consistently representing reality As my practice continues to evolve I want to delve deeper into visualising nature in the abstract.Locked Pro Plan feature
I currently work as a freelance graphic designer, photographer and videographer.
Capital Xtra teamed up with Rolladome to deliver Music Potential, a programme for young people to learn the skills needed to kickstart a career in the music industry. On this project I was a Videography Tutor to a class of 12, I did workshops on creating treatments, artist and repertoire, pre production, production and post-production.
I was a Camera Assistant on the Graham Norton Show and The Last Leg
I was a floor runner during a live recording of Lorraine and Loose Women.
During my time here I created videos to encourage young people out of work and education to find an apprenticeship at the Bromley By Bow Center
I ran a short course in independent filmmaking for a east London charity. The program was sponsored by the Department of Communities and Local Government). During the course we made 3 short films to encourage the local community to volunteer, start a market stall and and join a community gardening group.
Director of Photography/ Editor - Good Girls Club - Sky Channel 212, Showcase TV: Good Girls Club is an 8 part TV series that was on air weekly.
This was an online music magazine, I filmed and edited content for their YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmC4xcuibn4
I photographed their monthly live music event called We Play Music.
I helped film the online music performances for the Tim Westwood TV YouTube Channel
This acknowledges that I have been recognized for excellence as an emerging cinematographer for my short film Twenty Minutes