Brean Cunningham is a documentary producer, director, and cinematographer who loves to tell stories that inspire and entertain. In 2016 & 2017, he produced a series of short documentaries about people finding solutions to fight climate change for the international broadcast event, 24 Hours of Reality, in association with Al Gore’s NGO, The Climate Reality Project. Brean co-directed, produced, and shot the award-winning documentary Dogs on the Inside which was acquired by BOND/360 and will be available on Hulu in 2018.
Brean has also traveled extensively to produce web advocacy videos for pharmaceutical brands in Africa, Nepal, and Indonesia. He is also producing Cheer from Emmy-award winning director, Mary Olive Smith. Brean got his start working on the set of the ABC TV series, Desperate Housewives, in LA. He graduated with a B.A. in Government from Georgetown University and watches way too many of the Hoyas’ college hoops games. Brean co-directed, produced, and shot the award-winning documentary Dogs on the Inside which was acquired by BOND/360 and is available on Hulu. He is a member of the Producers Guild of America.