"Every single one of us has bad thoughts," says Brian Harrington, a personal branding consultant in Los Angeles. He helps people build digital footprints that communicate an authentic image, and that can mean contending with controversy. "As cool as someone like Kevin Hart is, there are going to be parts of him or anyone else that someone isn't going to like."
California's campaign season goes extra innings when it comes to some unsigned absentee ballot envelopes
On Thursday, the campaign manager for a Republican Assembly candidate in Orange County asked the California Supreme Court to intervene. The filing states that some registrars have decided to accept the absentee signature fixes from voters as late as Dec. 1, and argues that the 2015 law “is clear and unambiguous” in setting a Nov. 14 deadline.
Everyone "knows" that a Republican like John Cox can't be elected Governor in California because the state is just too blue, right? Well, the people of Maryland, Massachusetts, Illinois, or Maine might not know that. Each of those states elected a Republican governor even though they are as blue, or even bluer, than California.
Here, photographers explain how they captured the most epic moments from the most adventurous, breathtaking weddings. These wedding photos were taken on the tops of mountains, in the prettiest wildflower fields, on ski slopes, and on the edges of the ocean.
"The only person who rips IP Bob harder than Donald Trump is Richard Rushfield," said actor producer Brian Harrington.
Why does Mediate and Buzzfeed call anyone who is anti group-think "far-right" - @brainharrington
First, the answer to your question: What is a digital footprint? “Your digital footprint is anything that is about you or put out by you online,” says media and personal branding consultant Brian Harrington.
Brian and Dave called in late to talk with Tim Conway Jr last Friday night about Hollywood, how they met, Dave's career shipping Dorf on Golf VHS tapes, and Tim plays a clip from Deuce Bigalow. Listen in at the one hour and fifty-seven minute mark (1:57:15)
Actor & producer Brian Harrington pointed out that “the abundance of streaming has definitely led to the need to make more deals happen for a filmmaker instead of one big deal in order to create a buzz or stay working.” However, this also means indie filmmakers are able to have their work viewed more easily than before, when they stood little chance competing with tentpole productions.
Orting native, actor, and producer Brian Harrington, became part of last night's Grammy Awards when the Foo Fighters new hit song "Run" became the "Best Rock Song" Grammy winner. Harrington who has a featured role in the "Run" music video (with the now famous hipster man-bun scene) Foo Fighters 'Run' Music Video is celebrating in Los Angeles where he lives with his newlywed wife Sherin in southern California.
This moody romantic Kwaaymii Point elopement will give you chills with how sweet and moving it is. Sherin and Brian shared a first look overlooking the California mountains, and continued with an intimate ceremony with just the two of them and their officiant, Eric Beeman.
Join Harris and Dave as they welcome political operative and Hollywood insider Brian Harrington!...
Brian Harrington is an actor who appears in the film Crowning Jules; here is a link to his website: http://www.brianharrington.org/ Q: What made you interested in acting? A: I actually entered the entertainment world through the producing side of it.
Being a freelance marketing expert, I like to say I go for a unique professional look. With many of my clients I act as an intermediary between the creative types and the business types, so I work in both worlds. I also don't like combining shorts and socks.