Brett Schutt is currently a Senior at Missouri State University and is majoring in TV and Film Production.
He has his own blog and website called Toybox’d Productions, where he and a few other contributors do weekly podcasts and write blog posts about whatever is relevant and interests them in pop culture.
Brett says, “Toybox’d has always been a work in progress. It’s a mess, and that’s what I love about it. It’s a group of passionate artists who want to have an impact on this world or just have some fun.”
At Carbon Trace Productrions, he hopes to add a little more insight into projects and ideas the company is working on.
Brett someday wants to be a storyteller and create weird and ambitious films that ultimately have timeliness and meaning in the social fabric.
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