Brandon Rothenberg is an award-winning producer who excels at assembling together the best and brightest team for any project, and working with them to create powerful narratives and effective messaging. He has managed a wide range of productions, including a small group trekking across Alabama for a healthcare documentary, a nineteen part video series to train medical facility life safety code surveyors, and a team of fifty closing down a city street and literally making it rain for a power company TV commercial. He works with a wide variety of clients and deliverables, including a series of regional Super Bowl ads. However, his true passion is messaging and education within the public healthcare sector and for nonprofits and NGO’s, having worked many years on projects within the United States Department of Health and Human Services for CMS and NIH. His attention to detail fosters clear and constant communication, ensuring every bit of information is carefully captured. Such detail is critically important for large scale projects where health and safety are paramount, such as extensive training courses and public service campaigns. With a knack for finding creative solutions and the vision to guide projects through the dark, Brandon is committed to creating the most effective and compelling content, on time and on budget.
Partial Client List:
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, National Institutes of Health, TSA Pre√, Johns Hopkins University, South Carolina Department of Agriculture, Washington Redskins, Hilton Worldwide, BET, PBS NewsHour, Blue Cross Blue Shield, No Kid Hungry, Planned Parenthood, Dayton Power & Light, Union Bank & Trust (Super Bowl ad), Einstein Healthcare Network
An Editor for a local News station in Baltimore Maryland and then went on to be the Director/Producer of the Non-profit arm of the United Negro College Fund Special Programs division. At UNCFSP, Marc created several training videos in collaboration with NASA to train students from underserved populations across the United States. This collaboration yielded (4) hour long Project Management training videos called the “Comanche Project.” These modules are still utilized by NASA to this day. He acted as both Writer and Director on this project.
Marc would later lend his services as an Independent Director/Producer to the Department of Labor, creating over (15) training modules on OSHA Safety, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Farm Worker Safety. At DOL, Marc worked closely with the Communications Director under the Secretary of Labor and frequently assisted the Department with developing more cutting edge methods to capture and visualize their training materials.
In 2019, Marc again took on the challenge of creating training videos, but this time for USAID. He partnered with RTI International to create training modules that would be used across different global USAID installations. He acted as both Writer/Producer and Director on this project. Because of budget restraints, he was tasked with creating a globally diverse training module that replicated conditions on the ground at USAID offices in Ukraine, Ethiopia, Mexico and India. He utilized the rich diversity of Washington D.C to achieve this goal and was awarded the MarCom Gold Award for Micro Learning Videos for his efforts.
Marc, is also an established Director of Photography and Editor, having shot and edited over 700 Political Ads. He has won both the Pollie and Reed Awards for his work in the Political space. Most recently working exclusively with VoteVets and the Lincoln Project on their respective Presidential campaigns.
Marc holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Television Production from Morgan State University, where he was the Valedictorian of his graduating class after receiving a perfect 4.0 GPA at matriculation. He also holds a Masters Degree in Film and Electronic Media from the American University in Washington D.C.