kim williams (Writer/ Director/ Producer)
inkSpot Entertainment, formed in 2012 by Kim Williams, continues to mark OUR spot with authentic and engaging stories deep-rooted with lasting value. We are growing with original digital programming that speaks to an audience whose voices have not been heard. Thanks for supporting OUR voice!
Kim Williams is no stranger to the world of entertainment. She has worked over 20 years in the television and film industry in Post Production and TV Development. After graduating from the University of North Texas with a degree in Radio-TV-Film, she began her career in Post Production working on several TV projects before transitioning to the creative side in TV Development for Viacom Productions and the WB Network.
In 2003, she formed Butterfly Ink Publishing and released her first novel, 40 HOURS AND AN UNWRITTEN RULE. In 2010, she co-wrote, directed and produced the theatrical production, BITCH and released her second novel, MILES AND ZOEY: THE FAMILY TREE.
In 2012, she formed inkSpot Entertainment and created the popular web series, "the Unwritten Rules" based on her first novel. The series gained instant popularity and positive reviews receiving over a million YouTube views. In September 2017, five years after its release, the series went viral on Facebook, gaining over four million views within one week. Kim has become known as an independent Producer who focuses on giving authentic voices a platform to be heard and embraced while producing maximum quality in her projects. She has also released series, "everything I did wrong in my 20's" and “the new shade of Black”, a spinoff of “the Unwritten Rules”.
With her extensive industry experience, Kim was invited by the 2017 Piton Independent Film Festival in St. Lucia to teach a three-day Master Class in Producing. From there, she developed a passion for teaching young Black filmmakers how to create and produce an industry-standard project from beginning to end. She has facilitated workshops in Botswana, Kenya, and Rwanda. Her classes cover writing, production, and post production. In 2019, she was invited to speak on writing authentic stories and characters by the Pavillon Afriques at the Cannes Film Festival.