Dana M. Friede

Director of Marketing
“Brian created an excellent welcoming movie for new hires at Pacific Steel & Recycling to give them insight into the company. It wasn’t something Pacific had ever had before, but Brian was patient, thorough, and insightful. He worked hard to ensure that he was organized and had all the information he needed to turn out a phenomenal product. He has great instincts and is extremely personable. No matter which of Pacific’s branch locations we spent time at for him to film, he interacted well with the team and made it easy for them to help him with the shots he needed to make the project a success.
Pacific Steel & Recycling would hire Brian again anytime.

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“For the past two years Swiftwater Cellars has employed Brian Browitt to Produce several short videos about our business for our website. The results have gone above and beyond our expectations and we are very happy to recommend his services.
Brian’s videos have tackled a variety of subjects. These included the wine-making process, company philosophy, and also special events taking place at the winery. He was responsible for every aspect of each video from concept to filming to editing. Brian has always been flexible with our ideas and quick with concepts of his own, creating a final product that we are proud of. His work is a fine representation of our identity as a company and we feel lucky to have had the opportunity to work with him.  Brian is consistently Professional, very adaptable and his warm personality makes him a joy to work with. Whatever he sets in his sights we know that he has the drive and dedication to achieve those goals. We are happy to recommend his services.”

Megan Griffiths

Writer, Director, Producer
-The Catechism Cataclysm-Thorp, WA 2010
-Eden-Ellensburg, WA 2011
“I first met Brian Browitt in 2010 when he answered a call for volunteers on a film I produced called THE CATECHISM CATACLYSM. We were shooting a portion of the film in the vicinity of Ellensburg, WA, and needed production assistants who were familiar with the area. Brian came on board and instantly impressed our whole production team with his enthusiasm and work ethic.
When my next film EDEN once again brought me back across the mountains from Seattle to Ellensburg, Brian was my first call. We were scouting locations for the film and Brian proved once again to be an invaluable asset to the team. He went out in advance to photograph potential shooting locations, and created a site where we could view all of these labeled photos back in Seattle. When we made the trip out to scout, Brian took us on a guided tour through our favorite spots, and we were able to secure a number of fantastic spots for the shoot. Brian also served as a production assistant for the shoot itself.
On each of these occasions, I found Brian to be an eager, friendly, hard-working, thorough, organized addition to the team.  I would highly recommend him for other productions.”
Mike Butters

Mike Butters

Actor, Producer
-My Favorite Movie-Helena, MT 2008
“In the summer of 2008, I was brought on as an Actor and Associate Producer for the film “My Favorite Movie” shot on location in Helena Montana. It was during this production that I had the pleasure of working with Brian Browitt on set, and based on that experience I would be happy to work with him again.
Mr. Browitt’s official position on set was “Assistant to the U.P.M.” which meant he did a bit of everything. This included location scouting, scheduling, actor wrangling, parking logistics, props, you name it. Brian was often the first one on set, and one of the last people to leave. He worked diligently to make sure every small detail of the production went off without a hitch, and when there was a crisis, he was there to pick up the pieces and get everything going smooth again.
Brian is flexible, thinks quickly on his feet and is a great source of positive energy on set. Whatever project Brian works on, you can be sure he will give 110% to get it done right. I am happy to recommend his services.”