Nick Bremer (formerly Nick Bremer Korb) is a director, editor and lighting technician living in Portland, OR. He has helmed in-house video production at the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and Clark College, directed nearly a dozen television commercials, and taught college classes in film theory and videography. His 2015 short I have a surprise for you. was selected for Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Through the Lens series highlighting local filmmakers. In 2013 A Dancer’s Dream, on which he was assistant producer and editor, saw its domestic and international theatrical release. In that same year he collaborated with Friends of the Columbia Gorge on “Coal Train Blues,” a protest music video that was called “The best thing on the Internet” by the editor of Huffington Post Green. In 2012 he directed the filming of Philharmonic 360, a new music exposition at the Park Avenue Armory shot on ten cameras. In addition, he has shot interviews with international celebrities including actor Alec Baldwin, pianist Lang Lang, dancer Sara Mearns, and many more. Other major clients have included All Classical Radio, the Portland Symphonic Choir, and Top Shelf Comics.