Rich Brotman

Rich Brotman’s distinguished career spans over three decades as a video and music editor, post-production specialist, documentary filmmaker, and archivist. With an impressive background that includes highlights such as shaping cinematic narratives for a diverse clientele and curating a significant video media archive on contemporary Native American Culture Bearers acquired by the Smithsonian Institute, Rich has solidified his status as a master storyteller across mediums. His journey through the evolving landscape of media production, from the early days at Merrill Lynch Video Network to his pivotal role at Broad Street Productions, underscores his visionary approach and adaptability in the face of technological advancements in the industry.

In addition to his remarkable achievements in film and video, Rich Brotman has extended his creative talents to the music world, most notably with his involvement in “Bliss Street,” where he played a key role in bringing the story of New York’s iconic rock ‘n’ roll scene to life. His musical journey continues as he joins the Sound Dogs, a band led by Charlie Sub that celebrates the legacy of The Coventry through original music. In the Sound Dogs, Rich not only brings his vast experience in storytelling and media but also his passion for music, playing keyboards and contributing to a project that intersects his love for cultural documentation and rock ‘n’ roll. Rich’s multifaceted career is a testament to his dedication to preserving and celebrating the rich tapestry of American music and culture.

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