Since age 17, Sean Price Williams has worked at great video stores including Kim’s Video in New York, and breathed cinema and music every day of his life. Sean's breathtaking cinematography is showcased in Jessica Oreck’s BEETLE QUEEN CONQUERS TOKYO, which premiered at SXSW 2009. Variety’s Justin Chang calls Sean’s cinematography “pure poetry.” The film went on to win a Special Documentary Jury Prize for Artistic Vision at Cinevegas 2009. Sean was the cinematographer on Ronald Bronstein’s FROWNLAND, which received a Special Jury Award at SXSW 2007, and was named 2007 Gotham Awards’ “Best Film Not Playing at a Theatre Near You.” Sean has since worked on other films that have played in festivals around the world, including Cannes. He has worked for Abel Ferrara and extensively as Albert Maysles B-Cameraman.