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Veteran Unscripted Executive Producer and Director:
Meet Brady Connell
Brady Connell has been an innovator in non-fiction and reality television for three decades. He’s a two-time Emmy winner (and four-time nominee), has fueled the success of popular shows like Survivor, The Amazing Race, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, The Great Christmas Light Fight, and, most recently, he’s emerged at the forefront of unscripted storytelling in virtual reality. ...All while maintaining a commitment to working on life-affirming content (in a genre that doesn’t always make it easy), with principled teams and reputable partners.Meet Brady
Brady’s career mirrors the history of reality television.
From Rescue 911 to The Great Christmas Light Fight,
dive into his world of entertaining content and unparalleled storytelling.
Think it can’t be done?
You’ve got a grand vision for your next project — be it a challenging doc or reality series that explores all corners of the Earth, a community-focused stunt that requires hundreds of helping hands, or an idea so out of the box, you're not sure if it's even possible. Fortunately for you, you've found the place where grand visions are known to become reality. From Executive Producing and directing to consulting and development, and virtual reality storytelling to speaking and teaching, look to Brady and his team to challenge assumptions and bring ideas to life.Explore Ways to Partner with Brady Connell
What people say about working with Brady Connell
Gathered by brandiD via an Anonymous 360 Review.
“Brady is universally liked and respected in a very difficult business.”
“Brady is kind, intelligent, and thoughtful while producing top quality shows under enormous pressure. His ability to stay focused and calm when others are stressed is one of his greatest qualities and exemplifies his leadership ability.”
“I would follow Brady into battle anywhere, anytime.”
“No one is better at motivating and inspiring others than Brady. He is a doer and throws himself into whatever he undertakes.”