An NYU Film School graduate, Bret Primack has been at the forefront of new media since he co-founded Jazz Central Station, the first Jazz website, in 1994. By 1999, he was producing the first webcasts live from famed Jazz club Birdland in New York City.
When YouTube arrived, he began posting as the Jazz Video Guy. 15 years and 2500 videos later, he now hosts an interactive talk show, Jazz Video Guy Live broadcast on Facebook and YouTube featuring video performances and guests.
Bret Primack worked in documentaries and industrials before a near three decade career as a respected music journalist, published globally by DownBeat, The New York Times, People and Swing Journal.
In the past fifteen years, Bret has returned to filmmaking exculsiuvely
Living in Tucson, Arizona, ground zero for immigration and border issues because of its proximity to Mexico, Bret Primack now produces social justice documentaries. After the Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre, in October, 2018, Bret began production on a new documentary, They Will Not Replace Us, about anti-Semitism in America.
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