About us

After founding Project Camelot in April 2006, Bill Ryan and Kerry Cassidy became increasingly certain that an additional central resource was needed to provide information for those wishing to act on what they had learned from Project Camelot and many other sources. Hence Project Avalon was born in August 2008.

Bill Ryan

Bill Ryan has a BSc in Mathematics with Physics and Psychology (Bristol University, UK, 1974), and followed this with a brief stint in teaching. For 27 years he was a management consultant specializing in personal and team development, leadership training and executive coaching. Major long-term clients included BAe (Systems) Ltd (formerly British Aerospace), Hewlett-Packard, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Kerry Cassidy

Kerry Lynn Cassidy has a BA in English with graduate work in Sociology, an MBA certificate from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management, and was competitively selected to attend a year of film school at the UCLA Extension Short Fiction Film Program as one of their first "hyphenates": a writer-director-producer.

After 19 years in Hollywood working for major studios and independent production companies in production, development and new media, she picked up a camcorder and set out to make a documentary about ufos.

Kerry has written two scifi spec screenplays and acquired an option on the movie rights to the Wingmakers story in 2003 as an independent producer. Before starting Project Camelot with Bill Ryan she pitched a number of scifi projects to top Hollywood production companies.

Bill and KerryBill Ryan is currently based in Europe and Kerry Cassidy lives near Los Angeles. Contrary to most people's very natural assumptions, they are not a couple. United in their vision and purpose, and working as the closest friends, they travel and network as widely as possible in search of truth and reliable testimony to answer what may be the most important questions of our time.




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