Whitney Sudler-Smith is a filmmaker, classically trained guitarist and bon vivant. Having spent the last 17 years living and working in Los Angeles, Sudler-Smith has honed his special talents towards the dark side by composing brilliant screenplays and ingenious independent films that few will see; having directed the small films "Going for Baroque" and "Afternoon Delight," Sudler-Smith went on to direct "Bubba and Ike," the redneck buddy comedy that wowed audiences at the Austin Film Festival, and the TV pilot "Torture TV," starring Danny Huston. Sudler-Smith's crowning achievement thus far has been directing the film "Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston," about the infamous fashion designer and decadent '70s. The film has been distributed theatrically worldwide, and can be seen on Showtime.
In his spare time, Sudler-Smith likes to read, play guitar, bend time, play tennis and maintain his dungeon.