With a background in film, animation, and video, Gamaal Wilson has pursued a career in media & entertainment consulting.
Media & Entertainment is a rapidly growing and changing industry filled with adventure and excitement. In a world where everyone wants and expects their content “on-demand”, filmmakers and media directors must work in innovative ways to have their work stand out above the rest. Today, consumers have access to pretty much everything they want right at their fingertips whether it is movies, tv shows, documentaries, or anything in between. In an ever-evolving industry, it can be nearly impossible to pay attention to all of the current updates and trends happening in media and entertainment while also focusing on creating your own unique content.
As a Media & Entertainment Consultant, Gamaal aims to help artists, filmmakers, and designers transform their work and businesses in a variety of ways including:
- Identifying new sources of growth and opportunity in the digital world
- Increasing cost efficiency
- Developing new ideas and concepts
- Interpreting data and analytics
- Engaging with audience and consumers
Before establishing his consulting career, Gamaal worked as a production assistant and coordinator on a wide range of film production projects. He earned a joint-degree from Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) with a Bachelor of Arts degree and Bachelor of Fine Arts degree studying Film, Animation, and Video (FAV).
Additionally, Gamaal Wilson is a member of IATSE481, a local group representing technicians and craftspeople working on a wide range motion picture productions included in:
- Feature Films
- Music Videos
- Online Content
The International Alliance of Theatrical State Employees (IATSE) was founded in 1893 and now represents over 130,000 individuals in the media & entertainment industry. Gamaal Wilson is proud to be part of a group that has done so much to evolve and expand the industry with new entertainment mediums, technological innovation, and creative growth.