The Filmmaker

Brian Brown, Estes Park resident, owns and operates BrownCow Productions, a full-service video production company since 2004. After moving his family to Estes Park in 2010, he quickly rolled-up his sleeves and has been contributing to the community. Mainly, through pro-bono video productions for Recycle Estes (watch video here) and The Estes Park Museum & Historic Hydroplant  (watch video here).

Brian is also a respected documentarian.  The City of Longmont’s Power & Communications department recently hired him to help tell their Century Story to celebrate 100 years of municipal power in Longmont, in 2012  (watch film here). And he’s been helping tell stories for Front Range non-profits for years, like St. Joseph Hospital Foundation, Good Samaritan Medical Center Foundation, and the YWCA of Boulder County (for both  their Hall of Fame event each year, and the wildly successful, Dancing with Boulder Stars event).

Brian’s passion for non-profit storytelling, prompted him to start his own non-profit in 2012. This is called Community Connections of Colorado, and assists non-profits in video production, social media, websites, and promotion. He’s also the former Board Member of the Estes Park Museum Friends and Foundation, and was honored to be in that esteemed company.

Coming from a short-form film background, Ski Hidden Valley Estes Park was Brian’s first feature-length documentary… but hopefully not his last. Working on this film was one of the highlights of his professional life.

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