From Fog to Clarity in an Instant

Brian Kruger talks about his earliest movie making days with the Super 8 camera. He notes that we are surrounded by video cameras and encourages movie making to unleash the creativity within, especially that of children.

Brian Kruger started making movies when he was 10 years old, with a Super8 camera that was given to him by his grandfather.

In the 40 years that followed, Kruger has been a high school teacher, professional comedian, and the founder of a company that became the largest provider of magazine publishing software in the world.

In 2010, he left the software industry and started Stunt3 Multimedia to make educational documentaries. In the last five years, along with his writing collaborator, Buddy Moorehouse, Kruger has made five feature-length documentaries that have aired on PBS, ABC and MLB TV. Together, Kruger and Moorehouse have garnered two Emmy nominations for their documentary films.

Kruger is currently working on two new documentary projects, while also acting as Chief Marketing Officer for Foris Solutions, a Grosse Pointe-based franchise investment group.