Founder, Seattle Video Productions
Brent Starheim is an American director, producer, cinematographer and editor, who is known for his work on Second Nature (2016 Napa Valley Film Festival Official Selection, 2017 New Jersey International Film Festival Official Selection, 2017 Catalina Film Festival Official Selection, 2017 Ellensburg Film Festival Official Selection), Trumpocalypse (2016 Seattle International Film Festival Audience Choice Award) and Ultra Low (2018). Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, Brent founded Seattle Video Productions, a full-time video production company serving the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Brent received his Business Degree from Washington State University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. Additionally, Brent has obtained his Six Sigma and Project Management Certificates, both of which have given him an innovative outlook over the course of his professional and film careers.
Brent has worked alongside a variety of celebrities, including actors, musical artists and professional athletes. Some of Brent's recent work has been featured on CNN, HLN, TIME Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, The Today Show, Good Morning America, The New York Times, The New York Post, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, NFL Network, FOX Sports, BuzzFeed, Daily Mail UK, Telemundo, Evening Magazine and other reputable news and media outlets. In addition to creative film projects, Brent has started to shift his focus to full-length narrative films, including an upcoming feature film he's producing starring Lauren Holly (NCIS) and Yuji Okumoto (The Karate Kid: Part II, Inception).