The beauty of passion is that it can grow as the years go by, and it often branches off into other things. For Saint Williams, creativity has been his one constant as he grew up, and he has managed to project his creativity into different outlets.
Saint Williams is a filmmaker, American actor, digital media artist. He found his passion at his grandmother’s house when she worked for the Kodak Photography Company. He always found himself surrounded by cameras, cables, printers, and computers. Curiosity had him sit in her office as she edited photos and videos. Over time, he grew to love technology when playing with her cameras and making video clips.
Like other children, he grew up playing sports and other extracurricular activities, but his highlight was always coming home to tinker with his camera or play on his computer. By middle school, Williams began to step up his game by taking pictures and editing them. While he did this mostly for fun, Williams grew more serious as he entered high school. The future filmmaker would develop skills that turned him to digital media arts classes. He began taking more creative classes like theatre, animation, and digital media.
Williams had already shown promises of his creativity. From an early age, he knew that he wanted to make a career out of what he was passionate about. Williams was set on making his dream a reality, and he knew he would have to understand what the art of business was and how he could build his brand.
Like any creative, Williams wanted to study in schools in California or Florida. The only thing stopping him was his financial situation. The option to study out of state was so promising either as most schools had high tuition, and many of them did not have programs he wanted to do as a major. Williams decided to study in Texas, where he studied Digital Media Arts with a minor in Mass Communication at Prairie View A&M University. There he perfected his craft and took his work to an entirely new level. Saint Williams became a producer, actor, and digital media artist, starting his own production company called Saint Rendevu Productions, a motion picture and digital media production company.
Since then, Saint Williams has worked on five projects. He co-starred in a film called “The Freshman Year,” which will be coming out shortly after pre-production. The Freshman Year will be starring Denzel Whitaker and Sheryl Lee Ralph. He did the cover artwork for Date.Love.Repeat on Amazon Prime. He did some work in a series called “Panic” which can be searched on “IMDB”. Williams also partnered with Whitaker on an Amazon Prime documentary called “Transcend and Uplift.”
Saint Williams plans to produce, act and edit in other feature films and TV shows with other notable stars to create new, fresh, and beautifully compelling stories for the audience to enjoy and love for years to come. His company created a Patreon Page designed specifically for fans who want to ride along with Williams as he creates history and paves his career. Once Saint Rendevu Production receives an amount that can be worked with, they will host auditions for roles in films and go into production on a feature film while receiving other investors and financial routes.
To find out more about Saint Williams, you may visit his website.