writing/editing words and pictures
Brad M. Bucklin received a Bachelors Degree in English and Theatre from Windham College where he studied with John Irving. After moving to Los Angeles at 25, he worked as an actor for a number of years on such notable shows as One Day At A Time, Waverly Wonders, Wavelength and Jurassic Park. He became a member of Theatre West in the early 80s where he co-produced "The Dodo Bird" and reactivated the writers workshop. He was Production Stage Manager for the West Coast Premier of David Mamet's play "A Life in The Theatre" at the Matrix Theatre, starring Bruce Davison, directed by David Birney and produced by Joe Stern. Brad was a Partner at the Empty Stage Theatre, where he produced the play "Three," which he co-wrote with former Groundling Director Stan Wells and turned into the hilarious screenplay "Sex and the Modern Marriage." He has also produced the critically acclaimed sketch shows "Traditional Female Roles I & II" and Co-Directed "Heart Mummers & Brain Matter," at the Empty Stage. He directed the original one acts "The Eros Thanatos Class" and "Twins" (featuring Kristin Wigg) for the Award Winning Can Festival I & II. His play Mrs. Christmas was made into an Award Winning short film and has since made over 17 shorts. He was Production Manager on the documentary "Supporting Actors." Currently (2020), he is working on a Documentary about Improv featuring Lisa Kudrow and Cynthia Stevenson. He was Production Manager on the documentary “Supporting Actors.” Currently he is an Editor of both long form media (Burbank International Film Festival Award Show, After Ever After, El Gran Concierto Mariachi) and short form, including Music Videos for John Mark Veazey, Ellee Ven and Protije, short films "An Immigrant's Story" "Lie In Wait," "You Wish" web series "Froommates" and "The Man Inside." For nine years taught taught editing Aesthetics and Story at the Post Production School Video Symphony and for over 20 years he has assisted people in preparing for the Entertainment job market.