$99 Fee Per Attendee - Seating is Limited - Pre-Registration Required

How to Build a Successful Career
Doing the Creative Work You Love

At The Camera Company
858 Boston Providence Hwy
Norwood, MA 02062

A Full-Day Workshop
Monday, July 11, 2016
9am to 5pm

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You don’t have to choose between work that excites you and work that pay the bills.  You can build a career with projects that do both!

Join acclaimed filmmaker Brett Culp for a full-day of fresh insights on following your passion while achieving your business goals.  You will learn how to re-connect with your dreams, uncover your unique storytelling voice, and then use the creative skills you already have to create inspiring opportunities.  You will discover how to build financial success by embracing your own vision and developing a personal strategy to achieve it.  This session will also provide practical tips for viral marketing, social media, and building engagement with your most important audiences. 

Brett’s documentary film “Legends of the Knight” was produced with a $500 DSLR camera, but ultimately led to $80,000 in crowdfunding, theatrical showings in 100 cities, and distribution on Netflix.  He will show you how you can start with the resources you have today and launch the project you are dreaming about or take your existing business to the next level.


$99 Fee Per Attendee - Seating is Limited - Pre-Registration Required

For more info about the Evening Keynote sponsored by NPVA, click HERE.

Brett Culp

About Brett

Brett Culp is an acclaimed filmmaker whose work has inspired audiences around the world.  He is the personal cinematographer for Hollywood stars, music icons, beloved authors, hall of fame athletes, and royal families.  From tales of everyday superheroes, to the stories of children in the villages of Haiti, to high-profile weddings & events, Brett uncovers and captures powerful human experiences through his heart-warming movies.

With his uplifting documentary film Legends of the Knight, Brett pioneered a ground-breaking approach to community building and relationship-driven engagement through moviemaking.  The feature film successfully screened in theaters in over 100 cities and is now available on Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, and more.

Brett has been featured in USA Today, Entertainment Tonight, WIRED, The Hollywood Reporter, and many more.  The newest edition of the college textbook "Documentary Storytelling" devotes an entire chapter to his production style.

Brett is the co-founder of The Rising Heroes Project, a not-for-profit that supports charitable organizations and empowers community leaders.

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