After years of experience in the production industry, Chance Wilson, an award-winning producer, has made a notable progression from creating low-budget street videos to producing high-budget commissioned music videos for mainstream clients. His expertise extends beyond big budget commercials, branded content, and short films.
At the onset of his career, Chance was involved in the production of music videos for renowned artists such as Wiley, Wretch 32, and Skepta under the company "Staple House," which he co-owned. Following his departure from Staple House, Chance realized his long-term aspiration of owning his own production company, The Collective.
As an accomplished freelance producer in the music video, commercial, and film industry, Chance has collaborated with distinguished record labels including Sony, Roc Nation, All Around The World, U Music, Geffen, Rinse, Polydor, Capitol Records, Strictly Rhythm, Virgin EMI, and Ministry of Sound. He has also worked with reputable commercial clients such as AKQA, KEKO, Bentley, Ernest Jones, Pepsi, Nike, Puma, Ferrari, and Samsung.
The Collective's achievements include six music video awards and a MOBO nomination, which serve as a testament to the result of persistence and hard work. The company continues to thrive and strengthen its position in the industry.