Creating and curating content is about cultivating relationships, which is why Michael Brown’s utilitarian style is a good fit for the Chop & Hue Collective. Michael Brown loves kinetic visuals and thoughtful creative. His film career started with humble beginnings in “the concrete jungle where dreams are made of” as a Production Assistant on music videos for artists such as Beyonce’ and the Strokes. Wanderlust took him from New York City, to Alaska on commercial fishing boats, to the high plains of North Dakota in which he directed for a small agency. After spending 2.5 years at Chop & Hue’s HQ, Michael’s producer mindset has led him back to the east coast and is represented by Chop & Hue. The milage he’s put in informs his utilitarian mindset and influences his producing and directing style. When he’s not on set he’s continuously curating creative relationships for Chop & Hue…or complaining about coffee.