Dubbed the Literary Prince of All Media, Bryan-Keyth Wilson is a creative trailblazer. He is a noted playwright, screenwriter, director and choreographer. He is a published author of two books and over 10 plays. BKW is the owner of Bee’s Ink Publishing where he believes in letting the author create his or her own destiny. He has published the groundbreaking children’s picture book “The President Looks Like Me” by author Tanya Michelle as well as “Hood Boy Chronicles” and “Track Changes and White Lies.”
BKW studied Musical Theatre & Dance at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas and Hunter College in New York. BKW was under the tutelage of Penelope Hasekoester, Jonathon Charles, Dana Nicolay, Dr. Cindy Gratz and the late Dr. James Miller. In the fall of his first year as a Musical Theatre Major at Sam Houston State University, he released his first play, “No Ways Tired,” during Experimental Theatre Night and received rave reviews. The success of “No Ways Tired” reinforced BKW’s belief that God called him to be a writer. He has also studied dance at The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre and The Martha Graham School of Dance while living in New York.