Creative Director, Kenji Williams is an award winning filmmaker, electronic music producer, and classically-trained violinist. From the first ever "Illusion" music release reaching a global audience of over 100,000 in collaboration with top DJ John Digweed's 'Bedrock' label, to the latest "Death & Rain" music video from the album "Faces of Epiphany" rated #1 on Harmony Channel TV in 9 million homes, Kenji Williams is exposing his highly unique trademark to a mainstream audience. Pioneer, Panasonic, and Sony corporations have all sponsored Kenji with technology & hardware to support his artistic vision. Combining unique skills in film and music, Williams has earned international film awards from the CSC to Sundance, garnered speaking invitations at GEMS in New York, and has been featured in the media from BBC radio, to Japanese press, to Wikipedia, Tricycle, NPR, XM Radio, AV Revolution, XLR8R, and Apple.com.
Composer and producer of 6 music albums, Director of 15 films and music videos, 3 feature-length projects, and 2 multimedia theatrical live shows, Kenji Williams is respected as pushing the boundaries of audio visual art and performance.
Kenji Williams performs live ethereal- style violin, with a laptop and drum machine transmitting self-produced classics to the dance floor. Tracking Kenji's multimedia career, from classical violin training, to his early influences in Detroit and European techno, to a BFA in Film Production, and touring with Dub Hip Hop Reggae bands and trance group Medicine Drum, while simultaneously producing and directing films and music videos
Recently voted 'Best Live Performance of the Year', Kenji Williams is booked from Europe to America to Japan, performing at rock, house, techno, trance, and ambient events, from intimate underground gatherings, to cutting edge planetariums, to 30,000 person outdoor productions, while also collaborating with visionary artists as Alex Grey in the 'Worldspirit' Project, critically acclaimed by highly respected evolutionary philosopher, Ken Wilber.