Harrison Bohrman was raised on the east coast and began his professional film and television career editing for the YES Network (the Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network) in Stamford, CT and later Ironbound Films in New York City. He has since traveled the United States, Australia, South Africa and Iceland developing films.
He has lectured at Emerson College and been featured in GREENWICH MAGAZINE (Greenwich, CT) and FRETTABLADID (Reykjavik, Iceland) for his work.
Harrison is a member of United States Chess Federation and a former president of the National Society of the Children of the American Revolution’s Mary Bush Society, the oldest community service organization in America.
Harrison graduated from the University of Arizona majoring in Film and Television and studied film at USC and Northwestern University.
Refusing to limit his reach to just one genre or platform, Harrison’s pursuing a career where he interlaces his love of history, music, film and new media.