My name is Waheed, I’m a freelance filmmaker in the U.S. working as a producer and director. I live and work in Memphis, Tennessee, where I attended school and was exposed to the rare and rich Fine Arts Program at Germantown high, there I garnered a number of awards including the first National Student Emmy Award at the age of 15 (2003).

      Shortly after, I undertook producing a variety of narrative work including Home Town Glory, a feature length documentary about a group of heroic high school students in the 1970’s who fought fires to save their community. In 2010, I produced and directed Scorned, a short film that was accepted into the Nashville International Film Festival. During the festival, the distribution rights were sold to Ouat! Media.

      I also went on to serve a five-year tenure with FOX Television, where I was appointed Creative Services Director, launching promotional and marketing campaigns for TV shows such as The Following and New Girl.

      In my work adventures I also ventured into producing a variety of music videos for the likes of Rascal Flatts, to TV commercials and social media content for Zappos, Cheerios, GoDaddy, and Google. I produced a variety of one-hour TV specials fronted by Reba McEntire and Jennifer Nettles airing on CMT. Since then, I have won additional Emmy awards and secured multiple Addy awards.

      Give me a call for your production needs, I can handle any project all under one roof, and deliver turnkey projects, with the best creatives fit for your job. Without the overhead of a huge office space and many employees, I have the freedom of hiring the best talent there is, providing the best equipment available, all the while passing on the savings cost to you.

     Contact me if you are interested in working together. I hope you enjoyed the site. Thanks for stopping by.

Waheed AlQawasmi