Becky Bruhn is a Seattle videographer and filmmaker, born and raised. Her work focuses on telling the stories of organizations with community-positive missions. Becky sees video and film as an opportunity for connecting our sometimes-disparate communities, increasing our understanding of our own and other’s emotional interiors, and drawing attention to the needs of our neighbors. When not heading her own videography business, Becky serves on the board of Northwest Film Forum, working for an equitable and lively future in Greater Seattle.
Becky has a degree in Economics from Western Washington University and a Masters in Business Administration from Seattle University. She is a playwright, an essayist, a fundraiser, and a teacher.