Will Drinker is an award-winning filmmaker and artist whose work has appeared on television, the web, and film festival screens around the world.
Will has produced video content for Warner Bros. Studios, Verizon Wireless, Capitol Records, Comcast, MTV, T-Mobile, Princeton University, The University of Pennsylvania, Penn Law School, Drexel University, Serious Eats, The Franklin Institute, The National Science Foundation, Colliers International, The Ronald McDonald House, WHYY, PIAS Records, The James Beard Foundation, The Wilma Theater, The Philadelphia Defender’s Association, The Voice Foundation, The Pennsylvania Health Law Project, and Melmark Inc.
Will's work has been featured in The Atlantic, Wired, Popular Science, The Huffington Post, ABC News, The Franklin Institute, The Mutter Museum, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Newsworks.org, JoVe Magazine, The Moderate Voice, The Daily Collegian, The Villanovan, and The Daily Princetonian.
At the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts Will wrote and directed over a hundred shorts, including an animation called Totem Pole which won awards at film festivals around the world and was translated into several languages.
Will studied film at Emerson College where he made Color Me Blind, a mockumentary which got the attention of Warner Bros. Studios, who hired him to write and produce for The WB Creative Lab in Burbank, California. After living and working in LA, Will returned to the east coast to continue an ongoing documentary project about his brother, who has Down syndrome.
Recently, Will documented artist/scientists Dr. Greg Dunn and Dr. Brian Edwards as they created "Self Reflected" the most complex rendition of the human brain in the world.
Will shooting in Alaska
Will is also a founding member of The Pizza Collection, a musical comedy act that has toured the country to celebrate and sing about pizza.