President, Blockchain Entertainment
Creator & Producer, Capital Makeover: Bitcoin Brigade
Andrew Williamson has spent his life in the entertainment industry. He made his first splash as an award winning theatrical director at the early age of 18; directing and producing large-scale theatrical tours such as Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins, Cabaret, and Big River.
After transitioning to Los Angeles, Andrew made a name for himself as a screenwriter, story consultant, and even actor. Through these jobs he progressed to work behind the camera, editing for Hollywood studios, while staying involved in large scale productions.
Now one of the up and coming players in Hollywood, Andrew has recently co-produced such large-scale Hollywood films as The King’s Daughter, Birth of the Dragon, and the upcoming Shanghai.
In his 15 years in the industry, Andrew has worked with Disney, HBO, Fox, Warner Bros., Lifetime, CBS, Hulu, The Weinstein Company, YouTube, and more. He brings the relationships he has made and the knowledge he’s acquired to add his own personal touch to Blockchain Entertainment.
Jesse has an extensive background in Marketing/Creative Advertising, Production and Finance. He has served as Co-Founder and CEO of Lagniappe Films (Producer of Dallas Buyers Club), as Co-Creative Director of boutique advertising agency TKO Pictures, as Chief of Corporate Strategy of The Cimarron Group and as Head of Corporate Strategy & Senior Creative Producer at Ignition Creative. Aside from his extensive experience in Marketing, Jesse has raised in excess of $70MM in production finance, $80MM in P&A financing, and an additional $30MM in structured corporate finance.
As a film producer, Jesse has produced feature films including Brooklyn's Finest, Stolen, A Case of You and Ain't Them Bodies Saints, and has developed and executed blockbuster marketing and brand initiatives for nearly every major Hollywood film studio (which includes Sony Pictures/Columbia, Paramount, 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros., Disney, Miramax/Weinstein Co., Universal, Relativity, and New Line Cinema).