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On 20, Aug 2019 | In | By Bill

Learn everything about Bill Price in 72 seconds

If you’re here for the first time and wondering about Bill Price then you should probably play this video.  It doesn’t take long to watch and is mildly amusing.  There are other things to watch below OR you could just cut to the chase and e-mail to request our very first conference call.  I hope you do.

Want to learn more about Bill Price?

bill_in_racecarBill started at MTV in the 90’s. He lied about his abilities and got a producer position in the on-air promotion department. He didn’t exactly know what on-air promotion was. It seemed to be the cool stuff between the videos and he desperately wanted to make cool stuff. For a year he learned how to write, edit and figure out the best way to promote world-changing events like Bon Jovi Weekend. He spent the next four years at Comedy Central as an on-air producer. He learned how to edit on 3/4″ machines (Sony RM-450 anyone?). He learned how to shoot with a Bolex and direct. He produced an hour documentary about Mystery Science Theater 3000 and it got nominated for a Cable Ace Award (!). He moved to Los Angeles and became the director of on-air for the Dennis Miller Show. He returned to NYC and started a production company called Withatwist with Chris Weinstein. There he directed and produced 30 second spots for every single broadcast and cable network on the planet. He leased his first Avid a gazillion years ago and still edits most of his own work to this day. 

Bill has directed celebrities: Steve Carell, Steve O, Tori Spelling, Bob Costas, Dan Cortese, Tim McGraw, Ashley Tisdale, Bruce Dern, John Turturro, Howard Stern, Andy Dick, Debbie Harry, Robert Klein, Joe Rogan and Mark Wahlberg.

He never refers to himself in the third person unless he has to write something about himself on his web site.  Here he is sailing with his son.



“Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes… the ones who see things differently — they’re not fond of rules… You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things… they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.” -Steve Jobs