She's a chick named Brett.
<p>With ten years experience working in film, television and media arts Brett Levner’s demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to creating award-winning content. She got her start at <span class="caps">MTV</span> where she worked her way up from intern to producer while working on episodes of popular shows like “True Life,” “Diary,” and “Made.”</p> <p>Continuing her education, she attended Columbia University’s heralded graduate film program. While at Columbia, she honed her filmmaking craft writing and directing numerous award winning short films. In 2004, with her film “Being Reel,” she became the first woman to win the Coca Cola Refreshing Filmmaker Award. The film went on to be screened on 21,000 movie screens across the country and has been added to the permanent collection of the Department of Film and Video at the Museum of Modern Art.</p> <p>After graduating with honors from Columbia with an <span class="caps">MFA</span> in directing, Brett directed a feature film entitled “Crystal River” starring Sean Patrick Flannery, and directed the music video for O.A.R.’s hit song “Lay Down,” which took home the MTVu Woodie Award for Most Screened Video. In addition, Brett received the Comedy Central Award for Best Comedy Screenplay for her feature length script, “Snow Whites of Suburbia”.</p> <p>Currently, she’s developing a feature film and continues her work as a freelance writer, producer, director, and cinematographer for <span class="caps">MTV</span>, VH1, A&E, WE, Discovery, The History Channel, Greenpeace and others.</p>