Bio 

Jason Bruffy has worked in the entertainment field for 20 years. He has worked as a producer, production manager, artistic director, and consultant for companies and organizations from New York to LA and all across this country.

Jason Bruffy (Director) is a director of Film, Theatre and New Media. Recently he was the director of the short film The Third Option, director of photography and editor of the short film Sam & Julia and the 1st Assistant Director and UPM for the feature film Seven Lovers.  Bruffy has directed music videos for pop artist Ginn Doll and singer/songwriter Clarence Bucaro. His New Media work includes the webseries Token (Official Selection LA New Media Festival and Miami New Media Festival) and CaucAsian (Official Selection and award recognized, Atlanta’s Urban Media Makers Festival), as well as AmericanMD, Bill Lowe the Pillow, Josey and Nat, Escaping Single, and 25 episodes of the interview show It’s a Draw with Natalie Kim. As a 1st Assistant Director, Bruffy also worked on the pilot episode of 110 Landaff, produced by Roberta Munroe, as well as commercials (GIECO, Ruffles, Purina, and others) and a number of music videos. Bruffy has also worked Off-Broadway as Associate Producer of Soho Rep (Obie Award winning Born Bad) and Ensemble Studio Theatre. Bruffy also previously served as Producing Artistic Director of Know Theatre of Cincinnati and is one of the founders of the Cincinnati Fringe Festival entering its 12th season. Bruffy has directed stage productions all over the US with over 35 productions to his name, including the world premieres of Steve Yockey’s Pluto and Sean Christopher Lewis’ Militant Language. Notable companies include: The Claque (NYC), Flea (NYC), Ensemble Studio Theatre (NYC), Interact Theatre (PA), Orlando Shakespeare Festival (FL), Florida Studio Theatre (FL), Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival (OH), as well as others. Jason Bruffy is co-Producer of BSB Media and an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC). www.jasonbruffy.com

 

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