After graduating Behrmann immediately established a business identity called Evuntu, under which he's positioned to create independent video projects. He still subcontracts his film skills with other companies (e.g., editing, cinematography, and other production-related work), yet Evuntu now stands as his primary employer.
Among his professional endeavors, Behrmann has worked as an office production assistant at the Berkeley-based, private production company Tusker Television as well as an editor with Studio B Films, a video production company in San Francisco.
"CCA helped me to think of video as more than something that just comes through a lens" says Behrmann. "The college helped me to see video as a material -- one that can be displayed, interacted with, and experienced in many different ways -- and it's this kind of dynamic understanding of the medium that I believe has endowed me with enough dexterity to evolve and mature within this incredibly dynamic and transforming landscape of video arts."
The college hired Behrmann to produce its Craft at CCA promotional video as part of its collegewide craft curricular initiative.
He also was the director for the short film Gray Sally, which won the CCA Night Light film screening's Audience Choice Award, as well as was featured in the Vote Again 2010 video that took first prize in the national contest.
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