Brian Day has been making films for over 3 decades. And, he has been teaching students how to make films for almost 2 decades. He is a passionate and curious filmmaker.

Brian Day got his MFA from the University of New Orleans in 1995 and then spent 12 years working on Hollywood films, mostly in film editing rooms. He left Hollywood and entered the classroom in 2007 and he has been teaching and making independent films ever since.

Around 2009 Brian ventured into documentary filmmaking when he made a film called Winnersville that explored race relations in a southern town. Since then he has worked on half a dozen documentary films. Currently he is working on a 6-part documentary series about the history of tobacco farming in Connecticut and how it had a global impact on Civil Rights and culture.