Having grown up in sunny South Florida, film dude and entrepreneur Todd Alan Brooks, left Miami shortly after high school for the San Francisco bay area and a singing career as frontman for the rock band Speed Limit. Quickly realizing he can't sing to well, Todd moved back to Florida, only this time landing in Orlando - home of the talking mouse.
Having already had a taste of the bright lights, it was time to try something new in the entertainment world. The Walt Disney Co. and its newly arrived counterpart Universal Studios Florida were next on the list. Todd worked as a stuntman at both theme parks, while also performing at Capone's Dinner theater in Kissimmee... another local tourist spot.
In 1993, the dude moved west and slowly earned a bachelor’s degree in Film Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara. While in school, he explored the world of filmmaking beyond the classroom - shooting & editing short films, live musicals, travelogues and music videos.
In 1999, Todd signed on with Q & A productions as an editor, graphic artist, and post-production tech. While there, he designed, produced, and/or edited an average of 2 spots per week. He also worked on national television spots for Jeff Margolis Prods., The Screen Actors Guild, Ole Henriksen, Hasbro, The Travel Channel, TLC, Pie Town prods and many more.
After working for Q & A prods. for nearly 6 years, Todd signed with Bungalow 3 productions. While at B3, he continued his career path working with industry titans like NBC Universal, Sony, ABC, CBS, MTV, and NTV among others.
Todd is involved in many charitable causes and has an avid interest in History, Travel and Golf.