Bryan Tucker
Seattle, WA


Long before I started telling stories behind a camera, I was telling them on paper with words and crayons.  With that said, I'm not surprised to find myself here today.

Whether for documentary, narrative, corporate, or commercial projects, I am passionate about communicating ideas and telling stories through film and video.  In today's fast-paced society, if you can capture the viewers attention and evoke an emotional response from them for even a moment, that is everything.  That's a challenge I gladly accept with each project that comes my way.  My work has been mentioned in BBC News, New York Times, Huffington Post,, The Seattle Times, and Psychology Today. In 2016, I received a NW Regional Emmy nomination for a segment I produced, shot, and edited.

I am more than willing to be a one-man crew if that is what best fits your projects needs, but I love collaborating with other artists and filmmakers as well.  If you would like to share more about your projects and ideas with me, and hear some of mine, don't hesitate to contact me.




Director :: Producer :: Editor


Closure is a feature length documentary that follows a trans-racial adoptee who searches for and finds her birth family, after 26 years of secrecy. Since the premiere in April 2013, Closure has had a successful Kickstarter campaign, screened in over 20 cities in 12 U.S. states. In April 2014 Closure had it's Pacific Northwest television broadcast premiere on KCTS 9's "Reel NW" series, and in November 2014 it will have it's national cable broadcast on ASPiRE TV


Tucker’s triumph as a director comes in the weaving of these issues into Angela’s story with compassion and obvious concern for his subjects as their uncertain future unfolds.
This film can knock you around, but to its credit, there’s a strong thread of love throughout it all, which keeps you from getting knocked too far. It is ultimately, for all the hills and valleys, a very positive, uplifting film.
— Film Threat


2013 SF Docfest - "Best Film" Staff Pick - Closure

2016 NW Regional Emmy Nomination  - Tactics of Black Lives Matter, produced for KCTS 9 IN Close

Freelance Clients

A few of my clients include KCTS 9 (PBS), Inside Outlook (UWTV), Seattle Pacific University, Blanton Turner, City of Bellevue,, Corvias Foundation, Retrospect Productions, and the UnityWorks Foundation.

My location is Seattle, WA, but I am available to travel for projects.