Originally from Calgary, Canada, Sandy Williams attended the University of Calgary and Concordia University before relocating to Brussels in 2002 to attend P.A.R.T.S. After completing the Training Cycle he went on to create his own works (The Kansas City Shuffle) and collaborations with Jan Ritsema ("Blindspot", "KnowH2ow"), Lynda Gaudreau ("Document 4"), Andros Zins-Brown ("Day In / Day Out", "Limewire") Michéle Anne De Mey ("Sinfonia Eroica") and Deborah Hay ("I'll Crane For You").
From 2007-2012 Sandy worked with Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker's Rosas participating in the creations of Zeitung, The Song, En Attendent and Cesena among others.
Currently, he is creating a new piece entitled Everything Happens So Much and is engaged in projects with the French collective Loge22 (Konkretheit), Andros Zins-Browne (The Middle Ages).
Sandy writes a monthly column in the Flemish arts and culture magazine Rekto:Verso entitled The Last Kind Words and is the host of the monthly podcast BeursRadio in collaboration with Beursshowburg Theatre in Brussels.