Austin Bragg is a writer, director, and editor from Washington, DC.
His work has appeared on Comedy Central, The Onion AV Club, The National Lampoon, Entertainment Weekly, NPR, Deadline Hollywood Daily, AdAge, Collegehumor.com, Current TV, io9.com, UndergroundFilm.org, Channel101, Tribeca Cinemas, Superdeluxe.com, the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, G4 TV, The SciFi Channel, CBS News, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Atlantic, The Weekly Standard, Politico, The Corning Museum of Glass, and Fox News for some reason.
He produced two pilots for Warner Brother's online division - Warner Brothers Studio 2.0 -- as well as projects for Turner Broadcasting, Visa, Current TV, Fleishman-Hillard, The Smithsonian Magazine, washingtonpost.com and others. His web series, "The Defenders of Stan," was bought by Warner Bros. Television. In 2008 he concluded post-production on "Welcome to the Grave," a feature-length documentary following the 2006/2007 Post-Graduate football team at Hargrave Military Academy, with executive producer Donald Zuckerman (Mayor of Sunset Strip, Dig). His short film "The Driver" won Best Film, Best Editing, and Best Actor at the 2016 HP Masters of Short Film Contest at the Cannes Film Festival.
Austin has worked for Arlington Independent Media, Beyond Productions, The Cato Institute, Reason.tv, and he once performed as a side-show strongman.