Brian Parker has been a fixture in the multimedia arts scene of the Pacific Northwest since graduating with a bachelors degree in communications and theater arts from the University of Puget Sound in 1991. Performing with the Seattle rock band Running with Scissors through the early 1990s, Parker performed-on, produced and promoted three nationally-distributed studio albums. In 1993, Parker began to focus his talents on visual arts and creating motion pictures. In addition to producing and directing numerous television advertising commercials for Marketing Support Services Agency, Parker designed marketing collateral for Jeff Andrettis motorsports racing team including a multimedia promotional CD that was distributed at the Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400. Maintaining an outlet for his passion for music, he owned and operated Room One recording studios until 2001.
Parkers video editing and directing credits are numerous, including many for Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). As a film director his credits include Rock Zombie, Zoey, Angel Down, Walter and Quickie-Mart. Additionally, Parker has directed music videos for Portland band Velabonz, Meridith Brooks protégé band Becca Hollecraft and Interscope recording artists Post Stardom Depression. He has been honored with a Telly award for his local film work and recently garnered a Best Editing award from the Oklahoma Horror Festival for the feature film The Taken. A veteran of directing and editing, Parker has had the privilege of working with the likes of Daniel Petrie Sr., John Moxey, and Cinematographer Bob Brown. Currently, Parker is a tenured Instructor of Digital Media at Bates Technical College celebrating ten years of training the next generation of filmmaker.
Festival of Shorts "Light and Black" -
The untold story of Albert Einstein and where he went all those years ago, the formulas he never shared and the theories he discovered in absolute secrecy. A tantalizing tale about truth, deception, discovery and science.
Faith vs Fate Productions