Rich Brotman is an award winning video editor, music supervisor,
producer and director with 24 years experience serving a variety of
production companies, public relations agencies, corporate accounts
and not-for-profit foundations, creating powerful cinematic statements.
Rich holds an M.F.A. Degree from Temple University as a documentary
filmmaker specializing in cultural, historical, music and fine arts
subjects. His methodical, disciplined and diligent work ethic has
fashioned a rich catalogue of music videos, sports kickers, critically
acclaimed documentaries, television commercials and the full palette of
corporate multimedia presentations. His finely crafted company
profiles have been indispensable tools at major IPO events, investor and
financial analyst meetings and press conferences. Other projects
include: marketing and motivational pieces for new product and
strategic business initiatives; V.I.P. tributes for awards dinners and
fundraisers; video news releases and electronic press kits.
A partial list of companies for whom heís done work includes:
Time Warner, AOL, Viacom, Univision, Pfizer, Jaffe Films, Sony,
CBS Records, GCI, Ketchum Public Relations, Alzheimerís Association,
Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Smithsonian Institution National Museum
of the American Indian, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
and the Elisa Monte Dance Company.
His reputation as an editorís editor comes not just from experience but
a musicianís knowledge of all forms of music, a profound
understanding of the importance of character-driven storytelling and
a deep respect and appreciation for the opportunity to engage in the
collaborative creative process.