Project Manager and Archivist, South Side Home Movie Project
Project Manager and Archivist Justin D. Williams is a steward of culture and memory and a facilitator of multimedia projects that study personal and communal narratives in order to preserve and elevate their importance in our society. His broad background in arts and culture spans media technology, program management, documentary production, archiving, and community engagement. At the Logan Center for the Arts, he designed and led the Digital Storytelling Initiative and co-founded the Production Institute, a program that trains South Side filmmakers in the essential tools and skills needed to tell their stories. Justin has also worked for award-winning companies Kartemquin Films, StoryCorps, City Bureau, and partnered with dozens of organizations to design and produce digital storytelling projects. He holds a B.A. in Africana Studies from Brown University and is a Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellow.