Paul Wilson Jr. (a.k.a. P.J. Wilson)
P.J. has worked in the video/film industry for over 20 years. Starting his career as a walk-on (2nd Camera Assistant) to the indie film In the Company of Men (1997), he has been learning from some of the most talented professionals in the industry since day one. In the Company of Men went on to win the top award at the Sundance Film Festival that year and launched the successful Hollywood careers of Director/Writer Neil LeBute and Actor Aaron Eckhart.
Since 1999, P.J. has worked for two highly successful production companies in Indianapolis and has had his hand in numerous television series and broadcast shows for clients such as Discovery Channel, MSNBC, A&E, VH1, ESPN, HGTV, Military Channel, NCAA and NBA Ent. He's also currently employed as a part-time Field Producer/Videographer for Disney Media Networks/ABC News and regularly contributes to stories for Good Morning America, World News Tonight and Nightline.
A husband, father and die hard New York Giants fan, he says that his biggest influences include John F. Kennedy and