Gordon S. Williams

Lamar University Television Studio Operations Manager
Director, SETCAST
Office: Theatre Annex 116 B
Phone: 409-880-8038
Email: gswilliams@lamar.edu


  • B.S. in Communication, Lamar University, 1998

Gordon S. Williams is the Lamar University Television Studio Operations Manager and adjunct instructor for LUTV News. He is an award-winning content creator whose projects have screened at over seventy film festivals and earned distribution deals from entities such as Amazon Video and Shorts International. Williams has presented “Beaumont’s Black History- In Moving Pictures” to regional universities that gives insight into the history of African Americans in Beaumont that never existed in a visual media via the award-winning short film “The Example” and LUTV Productions, “They Will Talk About Us: The Charlton-Pollard Story.  

In March 2023, he presented research on the 1943 Beaumont Race Riot at the Texas State Historical Association Meeting in El Paso. Gordon is a board member on the Boomtown Film Festival, the Center for Culture and History of Southeast Texas and the Upper Gulf Coast, and an advisor for the Jefferson County Historical Commission.