B.R.E. Productions International, Inc. self-funded many of its creative projects for years. Then QuickBooks Capital helped them invest in their business so it could grow.
For every movie, album, or other creative production, countless people work behind the scenes to make it a reality. Audrey Beharie-McGee and Brian McGee – the Atlanta-based husband and wife team behind B.R.E. Productions International Inc. – are part of this creative force.
Their work has been instrumental in the creation of numerous popular TV shows and movies.
Brian, a storyboard and concept artist, has worked on TV shows like “The Walking Dead,” “The Gifted,” and “The Boondocks” and movies like “2 Fast 2 Furious” “Goosebumps 2: Happy Halloween”, and the upcoming “Godzilla: King of the Monsters.”
Audrey is a vocal & performing arts coach, event planner, mixed media artist, and she ran the Miss Teen Dream USA pageant, which was featured on the Lifetime reality show “Kim of Queens – Seasons 1 and Season 2.” They are also music producers and performers.
It takes hard work and talent to be successful in the arts and entertainment world. And if you want to stay competitive as a creator, you need to invest in your business and plan for seasonal slow-downs. That requires working capital.