Adam Wills is an award winning film and commercial editor.
Based in Sydney, Adam has worked all over the world from London to Los Angeles, Chicago, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg, Tokyo and Auckland.
In a career spanning seventeen years Adam has edited campaigns for global brands such as Qantas, Vodafone, BMW, Honda, Lexus, Visa, GMC, Pepsi, HSBC, LVMH and Toyota and has collaborated with many celebrated directors including Alex Proyas, Patrick Hughes, Gregor Jordan, Tim Bullock and Jeffrey Darling.
Adam’s long form work includes Supervising Editor on ABC’s hit series “Old School” starring Sam Neill and Bryan Brown and additional editor on Alex Proyas’ epic “Gods of Egypt” starring Gerard Butler and Geoffrey Rush.
Adam’s short form film work includes Richard Gibson’s "A Message from Fallujah" starring Lance Hendrickson which won 'Best of Fest' at the LA Short Film festival and was short listed for the Academy Awards.
Comfortable in any genre, from drama and visual narratives to vfx and comedy, Adam has been individually awarded for both his commercial and film work. His commercials have won numerous awards around the world including Cannes Gold Lions, D&AD's & AWARDs.