Vera Stone Williams

Vera Stone Williams

I’ve been incredibly fortunate.

I’ve had the opportunity to be a Producer, Writer, Director and Editor in the San Francisco Bay area for an award winning company, Very Moving Pictures and then started my own company, Brazen Images where I did the same thing.  My clients included Monterey Bay Aquarium, Exxon, California Travel Advisory Board, Discovery Toys, County of Santa Clara, County of Contra Costa, Ketchum Communications, Apple Computers, Time-LIfe Books, The United States Coast Guard and many others.

I had the opportunity to author two acclaimed and popular non-fiction books on the role of women in the US Armed Forces.  “WASPs – Women Airforce Service Pilots of WWII” and “WACs; the History of the Women’s Army Corps, 1942 – 1978.”

I’ve also written a number of screenplays, and have been signed by Lonetree Entertainment.

I had the opportunity to work with internationally known writer and photographer Hans Halberstadt, author of over 60 books. I helped edit many of his books.

Over the last few years I have given many presentations including:

  • Power Point presentations at NLAPW
  • Arizona Memorial  Visitor’s Center
  • Pacific Aviation Museum
  •  North Shore Chamber of Commerce’ Illustrated Historical Lecture Series
  • Veteran’s Day Commemoration on Battleship Missouri

I’ve done Radio/Television Interviews on “Talking Out Loud” on KZOO Radio, the nationally syndicated “Rusty Humphries Show” and “Chatty Cathy” on Cable Channel OC 16.

This interview is currently available on YouTube at:    Wordsmith Studio Logo Banner
Vera Williams – The History of the WASPs  

I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from University of California at Los Angeles, with a major of Philosophy of the Ethnic Arts.

I’m a member of SAG, I appeared on all 6 seasons of LOST as a Beach Survivor and as a cousin in “Descendants.”  

Finally, I had the opportunity to be President of the Honolulu Chapter of National League of American Pen Women, an organization for professional artists, writers and composers.