Experience. Expertise. Empowerment.
Kim has an Emmy award-winning background in television news, and started Kim Brattain Media in 2008 with a desire to meld her creativity and storytelling strengths to help corporations and non-profits excel. Under her leadership, KBM has won 11 Telly Awards for a diverse set of skills, from documentary to corporate branding to social issues, and three Muse awards as well.
She’s been recognized as one of Mecklenburg County’s 50 Most Influential Women and one of Charlotte’s Crown’s of Enterprise and makes a hell of a good margarita.
Recognized as Charlotte’s Top 30 Under 30 for 2021, Chelsea brings a diverse skill set to KBM’s clients. Chelsea has a background in video production, live event production, and marketing. Her goal is to always let the client’s voice be heard through every project.
Notable Achievements include: 2020-2022 Silver Telly Award Winner, 2022 Gold MUSE Award, Emerging Business Leaders Class of 2023
Andrew’s talents behind the camera are diverse and high-end. From setting the perfect interview to filming a high-speed racecar around a track, there’s not much he can’t tackle on set. In addition to his technical expertise, Andrew is a natural leader and collaborator. He is highly respected by his colleagues for his positive attitude and ability to bring out the best in those on the production team. Andrew has been recognized for his work as a cinematographer in the form of multiple Telly’s and Muse awards.
With more than 20 years of experience as an award-winning journalist in the field and behind the anchor desk, Natalie knows how to capture, create, and tell an impactful story. Prior to joining KBM, she led the Charlotte Chamber’s (now Charlotte Regional Business Alliance) Communications and Public Relations efforts for a decade, where she transformed the organization’s digital media presence and elevated its earned media exposure.
Shaun is KBM’s king of sports broadcasts. His live experience includes the Carolina Panthers, CBS Sports Live, Charlotte Checkers, Charlotte Knights, Charlotte Motor Speedway, EQSportsNet, ESPN, FOX NFL Sunday, Fox Sports, NBA, Rush Media, Turner Sports, USA Today Sports and Wake Forest University. With a journalism background, Shaun’s eye for a great shot combined with his storytelling ability make him an indispensable part of the team.
Corey has written scripts and speeches for clients in diverse industries for over two decades. An award-winning writer of both fiction and creative non-fiction, she has lived in seven foreign countries, speaks four languages, and uses her depth of experience and a broad range of reference points to create compelling content for each project.
From conflict zone journalism to production work behind and in front of the camera, Dominick’s balanced experience with production has stretched from the Bay Area and Washington, DC to Charlotte, NC and Savannah, GA. Dominick has a love of story telling and of harnessing film’s unique quality to persuade, inform, and inspire.
Brian Black is a videographer and editor with a degree in Communications from UNC Asheville. His expertise includes short films, live sports, and corporate events. Brian’s work has been widely recognized and has won awards for sound design, video production, and acting from the 48hr Film Project.
More than two decades behind the lens has given me the unique opportunity to be a witness to history. As part of the KBM award winning Telly Team, it’s not about doing one job anymore, It’s having a “can do” attitude. My speciality is Live broadcasting/Streaming. My time wrangling pixels allows me to see things a bit differently. Great sound will lead to amazing pictures. I look for those eye-catching moments that make somebody take a second look at your content. It’s a movement or glint of an eye, the placement of a pen or the smile at the right moment.
As a part of the KBM team, we strive for high standards of delivery. I understand the uniqueness of today’s digital content, the need to encode properly for various social media platforms and the expectation that the video will just play when the client expects it.