A Stanford graduate and All-American athlete, Brady Beaubien studied cognitive neuroscience before founding Interlace Media, an award-winning motion graphics company.
As a premiere CG animation studio and creative agency for feature films, Interlace has defined the global campaigns of over 100 major Hollywood movies, including the Avatar, X-Men, Rio, Ice Age, and Die Hard franchises.
In 2013 Beaubien co-founded CineConcerts, a company dedicating to reinventing the experience of theatrical presentation and orchestral music. He currently produces CineConcerts’ titles full repertoire of film concert experiences, including Gladiator Live, The Godfather Live, DreamWorks Animation in Concert, It’s a Wonderful Life in Concert, Breakfast at Tiffany’s in Concert, Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage, and the Harry Potter Film Concert Series.
Beaubien has helped lead the company’s vision of new genres and its creative presentations of cherished film and television content, including writing Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage, a live concert experience that celebrates 50 years of iconic material. Through creative strategy and collaboration, he works to ensure that CineConcerts inspires a return to communal entertainment and continues to offer modern audiences and the world’s youth a chance to reconnect with concert halls and local orchestras.
Beaubien is also accomplished in the world of design, with his projects including Matsuhisa Paris at the Le Royal Monceau-Raffles and The Citrus on Hollywood’s Melrose Avenue, an architectural addition to the local cityscape that represents a commitment to the metropolitan and interconnected providence of Los Angeles. At The Citrus, advanced materials and technology merge with wood, concrete and glass in an organic and modernist design. Additionally, Beaubien partnered with award-winning sushi chef Nobu Matsuhisa to design his new restaurant concept – Umeda – and bring it to its current home in the picturesque building.