Brad Kremer is an award-winning director, producer, and cinematographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Brad began his film-making career in action sports where he produced and directed many of snowboarding’s most influential films. Nike once described Brad as a "legendary filmmaker.” He has spent the past twenty years traveling the world searching for the biggest adventures and best locations for his films. He has won over 100 industry awards under his direction, including an Emmy for his film celebrating the 120th anniversary of Dogo Onsen in Matsuyama, Japan. Brad has worked extensively in Japan producing films for Saijo Matsuri and a time-lapse travel log of Japan that has been viewed over 2 million times socially. In 2016 he shot and directed a film for the launch of Philips’ new OLED TV and won an award for best eye-catching product of the IFA convention in Berlin. His work can be seen in HBO’s Weight of the Nation, Phillip Noyce’s The Giver, Reflections: Iceland found on DirectTV’s 4K network which he shot and directed, and in the just released IMAX film "CUBA".
Based in SF Bay, CA
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