Ande Williams earned her MFA in Film Directing from Regent University and her BA in Cinema/TV from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
She received her first film award (A Telly) for a Public Service Announcement she directed during her undergraduate studies. The PSA was called 'Tell Someone' and spoke to people who deal with depression. Her last completed film is a thriller called 'Grandma's Dress' which tells the story of how abuse can affect your future. She filmed it at the Norfolk Woman's Club, which housed some of the first women educated by William and Mary. 'Grandma's Dress' was screen in Utah, California and London. Her latest film 'Removal' (A fantasy) is in post production and is set to be completed by April of 2019.
She is a proud Air Force Wife and the daughter of a retired Major in the Air Force. She currently resides in Georgia where she works at a comic shop and is currently working on a feature length fantasy-thriller screenplay.