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William Battle

William Battle

Crew, Filmmaker, Graphic Designer, Location Manager, Location Scout and Production Assistant

Naugatuck, Connecticut

Member Since:
June 2016
Last online:
> 2 weeks ago
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About William

"Loyalty above all" My objective is to provide professional work and loyalty to any production I am apart of. 9 years of training and experience in the video production field also with planning, editing, and filming.

Unique traits: I have primarily focused on video production, but being versatile has always been my goal as an artist. I have worked with the Adobe Suite (primarily Photoshop) for over 9 years now; I have created my own projects as well as provided my artistic services in different fields. I am confident that I would be a great asset to your company by introducing ideas and results that would be to the company’s liking and standards. Professionalism is my top priority: I will work with my employer to get the best results and perform to the best of my abilities to fulfill the vision you have. Achievements:  Governor Jodi Rell Conference Award, 2009.  Digital Moviemaking Award, 2009.  The University Of Rochester Xerox Award, 2010.  Technology Education Award, 2010.



  • Catfish S5

    Catfish S5 (2016 - 2017)
    Television by Critical Content Production Assistant Helping out the production in a general capacity.

  • The Cobblestone Corridor

    The Cobblestone Corridor (2016)
    Television (Comedy, Drama and Mystery) Miscellaneous Crew In The Cobblestone Corridor, the classic film noir cityscape takes the form of a posh New England boarding school. There, a group of intelligent and diverse student newspaper staffers investigate Alfred Pierce Preparatory School's most exciting and forbidden mysteries. With quick wit, deeply rooted integrity, and a dose of nostalgia, The Cobblestone Corridor explores the definitions of truth, progress, and tradition.

  • The Bad Samaritan

    The Bad Samaritan (2014)
    Film (short) by Lovely Rita Production Assistant

  • Firefly Jar

    Firefly Jar (2013)
    Film (short) by Road Work Pictures Location Scout Responsibilities included finding locations that the production would be interested in shooting at around Connecticut, photographing them, and also leaving a note at potential locations. Also to present during the times of production to ensure the locations where treated with respect and left in the same position before shooting started. Completed in June 2013.

  • Welcome to Grandpaville

    Welcome to Grandpaville (2013)
    Television (Family) Miscellaneous Crew Desmond Potts is owner of The Toy Pott, a successful toy store where he builds, sells, and collects unique toys for children & adults. He lives a simple life. But when his 11 year-old granddaughter Shelby comes to stay with him for an extended period of time, Desmond faces his biggest challenge yet: being a full-time grandfather to a precocious preteen, who is a wiz at electronics and a challenge to his sanity! As Shelby settles into her new surroundings, she gets to know the people who are part of Grandpa Potts's extended family. There's Kincaid, a live-in British "butler" who maintains Grandpa's house & grounds; Old Man Gus, Grandpa's 70-something hard of hearing handyman who works at The Toy Pott; Kendall, a book smart but slightly socially awkward high school student who works part-time at the store; and Spare Parts, a life sized toy robot with a personality! Along the way, Shelby makes some new friends, joins an all-girls wilderness troop, has a run-in with an Egyptian Mummy, and... Written by Michael T. Lombardi


  • The University Of Rochester Xerox Award

  • Technology Education Award

  • Governor Jodi Rell Conference Award

  • Digital Moviemaking Award


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