Riley S. Wilson is a multi-hyphenate artist with a specific focus on textual and video content. Starting out as a writer and copywriter for brands and publications (including Advertising Age, Viacom, AB-Inbev, Procter & Gamble), Wilson released his first film 'Orange Bright' in 2015. The film was an adaptation of his novella 'my ID' and won 4 film awards. Wilson previously supported production on Emmy winner Stanley Nelson's documentary 'Tell Them We Are Rising' and has aided community arts organizations like Harlem's Dream Center and Imagenation Cinema in teaching film and production. Wilson has also held contract assignments at Imaginary Forces, Colorlines, and Skyword. Wilson founded ATS.4 Productions in 2017, focusing on writing, directing, producing and editing short-form and long-form content and leading the animation team in content strategy. He is the creator of the sci-fi/drama series 'Little Apple’, creating the comic book by the same name. The series went on to screen at The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The Apollo Theater, and countless schools and youth organizations. The series also won the Best Web Series award at the 2019 American Black Film Festival.