Brother Adam Willis was drawn from the arroyos of West Texas, amid the cool pews of a small town and the ghost of Buddy Holly. After a journey through the desert — red cap and all — he is now based in Los Angeles. But the secret to Adam’s success is that he brought it all with him - the friendly West Texas smile, the dusty dry humor, and the love of a story well-told. Adam started on sets, found his way to the office as a director's assistant and visual researcher, and finally started his own directing collective, The General Assembly. That group racked up the music video awards and was featured in the Saatchi & Saatchi New Director's Showcase at Cannes.
Adam moved on to pursue solo directing, returning to his music video roots and expanding his commercial experience for clients like Ford, Toyota, Casio & See’s Candy while continuing his pursuit of the unusual and the warmly off-kilter side of comedy throughout all his work. Adam thrives on the exploration and collaboration of filmmaking finding comfort in the congregation. When he’s not making films you might finding him digging through records to make internet radio with friends across the pond or searching for esoteric spiritualist books to stack on a shelf and consider reading someday.