Brian Schulz is an Emmy Award winning director & cinematographer based in Las Vegas.

His current film, “Fifty-Fifty”, is a Tribeca Studios collaboration for 23andMe.

His previous film, "For Flint", premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival and has been published by The Atlantic magazine. It went on to collect awards at Atlanta Docufest, Melbourne Documentary Film Festival and the Gold Medal at New York Festivals. 

He previously served as a DP on Amazon's "All or Nothing: The Michigan Wolverines" and Showtime's, "A Season with Notre Dame Football".

His 2012 film (DP+producer), “Brooklyn Castle”, was a South by Southwest (SxSW) Audience Award winner and has since been optioned by Scott Rudin for theatrical remake. The film was also nominated for an Emmy. In his sixteen years at Major League Baseball Productions, Brian created co-branding content for Gatorade, Scotts, Pepsi and MasterCard. In 2014 The Sports Business Journal honored him with a “Forty Under 40” award.

Brian has also conducted speaking engagements at Harvard University,  Publicis Kaplan Thaler, The US Embassy in Kiev, The University of Connecticut and has moderated several panels at SxSW. 

From 2001-2017 Brian was a weekend youth volunteer at the Lower East Side’s Grand Street Settlement as well as a co-chair at their annual fundraiser, The Taste of the Lower East Side.  He was also a proud founding contemporary member of the Whitney Museum in New York City.