We continue to share our archives on the Jamaica Biennial 2017, which closed recently.
Storm Saulter was born in 1983, in Westmoreland, Jamaica. Saulter attended the Los Angeles Film School, graduating in 2001. He is a filmmaker, photographer, visual artist and the writer and director of the award-winning feature film Better Mus’ Come (2010). In 2011, he was awarded the Gleaner Honour Award in Entertainment as well as the Viewers’ Choice Award for Best Feature Film at the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival. He was named one of the PSOJ 50 under 50 business leaders shaping Jamaica’s future. Saulter is co-founder of New Caribbean Cinema collective, a group of young Caribbean filmmakers. His experimental films have been exhibited at the British Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the National Gallery of Jamaica. His photography has been published in Rolling Stone magazine, FADER, and Billboard magazine, to name a few. He is currently in post production on his 2nd feature film Sprinter. Saulter lives in St Andrew, Jamaica and Los Angeles, California.