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Brent Bushnell

Two Bit Circus
Los Angeles, CA
Brent Bushnell is the CEO of Two Bit Circus, a Los Angeles-based experiential entertainment company. The interdisciplinary team strives to create immersive, social fun and is currently building a micro-amusement park for Los Angeles. Previously they launched STEAM Carnival, a showcase of high-tech entertainment and workshops to inspire invention. They’ve captured action sports content in 360 video for brands like the NFL, NBA, Indy and the Olympics for use in VR activations at the Super Bowl, All Star games and in retail. The company regularly serves as immersive entertainment partners for brands and location-based facilities. Previously, Brent was the on-camera inventor for the ABC TV show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. He was a founding member of Syyn Labs, a creative collective creating stunts for brands like Google and Disney and responsible for the viral This Too Shall Pass music video for OK Go that garnered 50+ million views on YouTube. Brent is board president of the non-profit Two Bit Circus Foundation which deploys STEAM-based programming to inspire students about invention.  In his spare time, Brent enjoys mentoring teens in entrepreneurship via programs such as NFTE. He’s an advisor to the Incubator School and USC's Greif Entrepreneurship School. He's a supporter of Clowns Without Borders and publishes on Twitter @brentbushnell.