A Bit About Will
Ever since Will was a young child he has been fascinated with film. His true love of film came out when he started high school. His friends and he were into skateboarding and doing flips at the beach, and one day he brought a camera. During the first summer of high school he made many videos of he and his friends doing stunts. He knew then that he wanted to do more with this camera, and he wanted to push the limits of his creativity.
From there he started making short films in film class at K.C.I. His first short film, Lucid, went straight to the Charlie Awards for Student Films in Waterloo. He was awarded several achievements including an award in directing, cinematography and sound. From that point on he became known as the person you go to for a film.
He made non-for-profit videos for NPH Guatemala and for the Waterloo Rugby Association and several documentary or charity videos for his school and his friends.
This year another film was chosen to go to the Charlie Awards, and this time his film, Deep, won first place. He directed, and was part of the writing and cinematography teams. He also has a brief scene as "the bully."
He worked full-time for an organization called Tamarack Institution as their videographer. He edits and films various videos based around community and has done a few music videos as well.
Will has most recently won a United Nations award for his video, Deepening Community Rap. He was flown in to NYC and received a $1,000 dollar grand prize.
Will currently is enrolled in Ryerson's Film Studies program and continues to do freelance work on the side and during the summers.
All of these videos can be found in the Films dropdown menu above. He also takes on various jobs from organizations and private individuals to do music videos, documentaries, skits, and not-for-profit films. If you would like to contact him, click on Contact, and he will gladly work with you to create your perfect video.