FilmmakerI’m a London-based, self-shooting filmmaker as well as a freelance producer, cameraman and video editor. A Reuters general news, politics and economics correspondent for seven years in New York and across Latin America, covering everything from Mexico’s drug war to sovereign debt defaults,  I went solo in 2007 to concentrate on documentary film.

My clients have included BBC, Channel 4 News, PBS, Al Jazeera English, Chinese Central Televsion, New York Times video, AFPTV and Global Post.  I’ve also written for publications including Business Week, The Economist, The Houston Chronicle and Monocle.

I own a Sony EX1R and Canon 5D mark 111 camera and edit in Final Cut Pro.

To contact me, please write to gregbrosnan@mac.com

Links to my films:

Global Post 

The Great British Badger War

Bonfire madness on Britain’s South Coast

Channel 4 News, UK
On the Trail of Guatemala’s Drug Gangs

BBC
One Square Mile – Mayan village (Producer)
Working Lives Mexico City (Assistant producer/assistant camera)

Univision
Mexico City pageant celebrates Mestizo Beauty

Al Jazeera English
Guatemala: Right to Life (documentary on clandestine abortions)

New York Times video
Streetwise saint joins Mexico drug war
In Mexico, a bus of women’s own
Swine flu fills Mexico City with anxiety
Mexico’s child bullfighters

AFP TV
Guatemala Army Takes on Mexico Drug Gang
Honduras battles deadly Dengue outbreak
Old sounds of Mexico find new voice
Mexican oil sector on alert after BP spill
Drug violence overhangs Mexico vote

VJ Movement
Mexico: journalists in the line of fire
Honduras: a deadly place for journalists
Mexico Cartoonist Won’t Run Scared
Mexico City’s bicycle revolution?
Mexico mulls GM corn future

CCTV, China

Saving Belize’s black Garifuna culture (shot, edited, co-produced)

Mexico’s hotel for Deported migrants (shot, edited)