Patrick Willson

About the Member:

Mr. Willson, a transplant from Minnesota, has a background in all aspects of audio / visual production, editing, and shooting. During his years in Minneapolis he worked with community television stations and brings a strong background and understanding of local community TV production. Willson is the new youth coordinator for ACMi and is stationed primarily at Studio B on Mass Ave. He'll be working with high school students as well as middle school students on a wide variety of video projects from sports coverage to news programming to feature productions.You can contact Patrick at patrick@acmi.tv.

Productions by this Member

Newscast: June 5, 2014

Newscast: June 5, 2014

In tonight’s newscast, we will also learn about the goals of Arlington’s Diversity Task Group, we’ll speak with volunteers from the non-profit iCanShine, and we will discuss life as a young female comic with performer Danielle Soto. Plus, an update on our Photo of the...
APN Special Report

APN Special Report

In the wake of the sexual assault that occurred in Arlington on June 1st, APN spoke with Arlington Police Captain Fred Ryan and Gayle Jaffe from the Boston Area Rape Crisis...
iCanShine Volunteers

iCanShine Volunteers

iCanShine Volunteers celebrates the contributions of its volunteers, the backbone of non-profit organizations. iCanShine is a non-profit organization that teaches individuals with disabilities how to ride bicycles. We want to especially thank Arlington Bike Camp...
Newscast: May 22, 2014

Newscast: May 22, 2014

In tonight’s newscast, we explore the challenges working women face as they move in and out of the workforce, we learn about a very special camp that took place at the Middle School in April, and we unveil a brand new contest for our...
iCanShine

iCanShine

iCanShine is a non-profit organization that teaches individuals with disabilities how to ride bicycles. In Arlington, iCanShine held a bike camp at the Ottoson Middle School during school vacation week in April. We want to especially thank Arlington Bike Camp...
Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph

Although Black History Month has ended, the celebration of diversity and the dialogue about race, class, and democracy continues. Peter Bermudes spoke with teacher, activist, and author, Professor Peniel Joseph about his new book “Stokely: A Life;” and the history of...