BRENT GOSHEN grew up just outside Seattle, and launched his entertainment career just inside it. While still in high school, Brent got a job at the #1 radio station in the Seattle market, KUBE 93FM. He was the youngest person ever hired by the KUBE promotions department.
While still quite young, Brent relocated to Los Angeles, where he hoped to add a visual component to his broadcasting portfolio. He began his studies in Communications at California State University, Fullerton, and got a part-time job as an audience page supervisor on NBC’s Friends and ABC’s Step-By-Step.
Building on his new skills, Brent went on to work for award shows such as the ESPYS, the American Music Awards, and countless other television projects, coordinating crews, wrangling major talent, and gaining a great deal of live production experience.
Brent interned at Britt Allcroft Productions (creator of Thomas the Tank Engine) to engage all aspects of production. It turned into a full-time job developing film and television projects, and he left the company a full-fledged producer.
Next, Brent blasted his way into DIRECTV for six years. While a senior producer in DIRECTV’s Creative Services department, Brent created, guided, and delivered award-winning work for a variety of clients such as the UFC, NFL, NASCAR, MLB, AAA, and AT&T.
Today you’ll find Brent applying his considerable knowledge and experience as Account Executive with The Pelllie Group and Pellinore Productions.