Bryce Douglass is a native Vermonter who has had an interest in video since he was a young child and started creating stop action videos. His interest continued with internships, job shadows, and video productions for the student body while attending Harwood Union High School and Burlington Tech Center. After graduating from Harwood Union High School, he completed the Burlington College Documentary Filmmaking Certificate. He has worked as a freelance videographer and editor for public access stations MMCTV & ORCA, produced personal tribute videos and pursued his interest in comedy as “Offbeat Bryce” on Youtube (http://www.youtube.com/OffbeatBryce). Over the last couple of years he has collaborated with local musicians and worked on a local documentary film with the support of the Vermont Arts Council. Bryce joined the GMSA team in 2018 and works on video and media projects for GMSA’s Life History Project and Self-Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center.
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