Winstan Whitter originally from Ghana and raised in Stamford Hill, UK, is a film-maker who produced work for the BBC, Channel 4, Discovery and DSTV, as well as Sony, Nike, Nintendo, Dazed & Confused, The Barbican, Hackney Museum, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Vans, and Adidas. He has also curated exhibitions for the V & A Museum and others.
Whitter was previously a professional skateboarder and began his directing career with acclaimed skateboard culture documentary Rollin Through the Decades – a film about the history of British skateboarding. In 1991, he worked with Spike Jonze’s early skateboarding film Video Days. Awards include Director of Documentary, You Can’t Move History, Arts & Humanities Research Council for Best Research Film 2016; Director of Photography for feature film If It Be Love, London Independent Film Festival for Best No Budget film 2016.