Len Brown

Canal Fulton, Ohio


About Me

Len Brown is a three-time regional Emmy Award winning director, producer, special effects artist, editor, script writer, sound mixer, narrator, and drone pilot. He owns his is own equipment van and has been in the television production industry for over 35 years. He has done work for PBS, NBC, CBS, Animal Planet, and the NFL Network. If you need someone on your team who is knowledgeable on many different aspects of production, is down to earth, easy to get along with and affordable. Len is your guy!
Fun fact about Len: He is also a musician, song writer, and lead singer in the band Back 2 Eden out of Canal Fulton, Ohio. They will be releasing their first album in the summer of 2024. So if you need a band for a production or you need a custom song for a film, give him a call.

I have been in the industry since 2010.

Len Brown's Demo Reel
Added on 3/8/2024
Demo reel for Len Brown covering different areas of expertise, from cinematography to animation, visual effects and compositing.


Producer, Director, Editor, Script Writer – Integra-Seal

July, 2020 — July, 2020
Corporate – Unique Paving Materials

Producer & Director – Engineering Tragedy: The Ashtabula Train Disaster

June, 2019 — December, 2022
Television – PBS

Editor – Engineering Tragedy: The Ashtabula Train Disaster

June, 2019 — December, 2022
Television – PBS

Producer & Director – Ravel Seal

June, 2018 — June, 2018
Corporate – Unique Paving Materials

Producer & Director – House Call Vets

April, 2017 — August, 2017
Television – Animal Planet - Pilot

Producer & Director – Airships a new Journey Begins

January, 2016 — June, 2017
Corporate – Goodyear

Camera Operator – Bake Decorate Celebrate (26 episodes)

June, 2011 — July, 2013
Television – PBS

Camera Operator – Around the House with Matt & Shari (13 episodes)

January, 2011 — August, 2012
Television – PBS

Producer, Director, Editor – Ships of the Great Lakes

May, 2010 — July, 2011
Television – PBS

Camera Operator – Needle Arts Studio with Shay Pendray (26 episodes)

March, 2010 — May, 2012
Television – PBS

Camera Operator – Beads Baubles and Jewels (26 episodes)

January, 2010 — October, 2012
Television – PBS

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