Faces of Williamson County

Williamson County has a long history of having engaging people with thought-provoking stories about how it became the unique place that it is today. From histories of the first indigenous Native American tribes who built the village called “Old Town” to discussions with some of the movers and shakers who are building the future of our community – this new documentary series, brought to you by the Williamson Source, captures stories about the “Faces of Williamson County” who have made and are making this a great place to live and work.

Every month we sit down with fascinating people who share compelling stories about the past, present, and future. Williamson County is more than a place, it is a fabric of life woven from the actions of those who have lived, and those who currently live here.

This series captures stories for posterity into an archive for future generations who want to know about the past, newcomers who want to learn about the place they are choosing to call home, and longtime residents who want to gain insight into the changes taking place around them.

Filmmaker Davis Jackson, and intrepid seeker, Lee Rennick illuminate on video the places, events, and people that have shaped and are shaping Williamson County. They present an intimate portrait of living in Williamson County through the tales of those who have lived, died, loved, hated, torn down, built up, dreamed, and made dreams come true in this growing melting pot; part old style Southern charm blended with technological savvy, and everything in between.

Please sit back and enjoy time with the Faces of Williamson County…you never know what you’ll learn!

Faces of Williamson County