Breck Larson


Breck Larson is a Creative Video Professional with a proven track record in Journalism, Advertising, Music Video Production, and Television Content. Experience includes producing, digital cinematography, directing, editing, and coordination for documentaries, commercial advertising, business to business, entertainment programming, news, broadcast series, image, press junkets, behind the scenes, reality-TV, and concerts.

Documentary Photography credits include the feature film “13 Families”, “Alabama: The American Farewell Tour”, “How The West Was Lost II”, “Wild Survival,” and countless doc-style reality shows and productions.

Larson has traveled routinely to produce, shoot and edit daily events for Verizon Employee Reward Programs, The CMA Music Festival, and Government Agencies. He also produced, shot and edited tour related videos for Country Music Superstars like Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Alan Jackson, Amy Grant, Vince Gill, and Alabama.

Larson’s career began in Broadcast Television at Denver TV stations 9KUSA and CBS4 where he developed his passion for visual storytelling. He was honored with an Emmy Award and several National Press Photographer’s Association Awards for his photography.Larson soon became a full time freelancer for commercial production projects and television shows producing and shooting for networks and programs like Entertainment Tonight, National Geographic, NBC News, CBS News, CBS Sports, CNN, Dr. Phil, Rachel Ray, Extreme Weight Loss, Extreme Makeover, Access Hollywood, Fox News, Fox Sports, CMT and Discovery Channel to name a few.