Marvin Williams is a multimedia journalist and filmmaker who comments on currents affairs, sports, race and politics, and where possible a merge all the above.
Early in his career he has developed a strong body of work over a spectrum of issues that include, The British Women’s Racing Drivers Club, The African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust and The British Red Cross.
Marvin graduated in 2012 from Roehampton University attaining a BA’s honour in Journalism & News Media with Creative Writing.
Shortly after doing so he travelled to South Africa to independently cover the 2013 African Cup of Nations. Most recently in the run up to the 2015 General Elections he has produced the short film, The Political Football, in which Theresa May plays central defender taking on the issue of immigration.