While we are super proud of the high-quality cameras and equipment we use, good cinematic films are a byproduct of not just the gear but the person behind the camera. Almost ten years ago, Blair Williams followed his passion for storytelling to the Washington Commanders when he became their video producer. For nearly a decade, he has partnered with public and private organizations—including Fortune 500 companies—to produce captivating videos that tell an accurate story and engage audiences. Today, he brings his extensive experience in audio, lighting, production, and editing along with his innate talent for artistic storytelling to the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia wedding and brand video scene and there could not be a more perfect match.
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People often ask me: "why did you pick this profession?" To be honest, I did not pick it—it picked me.
Growing up, I had aspirations of becoming a sports broadcaster. When I realized my dream was not turning into a reality, I had to figure out how my passion for storytelling could still come to fruition.
I have always been a TV junkie, and anyone who knows me knows that I'll pretty much watch anything.
Becoming a video producer has been incredibly gratifying. Knowing that what I do for a career can create lasting memories is what keeps me going. There is no better feeling than knowing your work puts a smile on someone's face.
But as time evolved, I began to notice things differently on the screen. When I began to turn on the TV, not to get pulled into the plot but to see how shows and movies were shot and edited, thats when I knew this was the career path for me. Sometimes your passion lies within the place you spend your most time—you just have to dig it out.