Kenneth Price is an award winning director and cinematographer. A native North Carolinian, he broke into the film industry early on and in high school was awarded an Emmy for best student production. His interest in film matched with the desire to stay in the South led him Wilmington, NC to begin university and explore the burgeoning film scene. While in school he worked on a variety of big budget (Dawson’s Creek) and indie (Loggerheads) productions; he then shifted his focus to post-production work for film such as, Cocaine Angel and Deconfliction, which premiered at SXSW and Tribeca Film Festival respectively. In 2011, Kenneth moved to the Triangle to earn his MFA; simultaneously he created a series of acclaimed documentaries with Grammy Award winning producer 9th Wonder, more than 100 music videos and several entertainingly unconventional short films, including Wilbert & Vern, The Late Mr. Mokun Williams and How to Sharpen Pencils. Kenneth’s films have won a variety of festival awards, been selected as Vimeo Staff Picks and his music videos have been featured on MTV, VH1 and BET.