President, Director / Producer
Lucy's experience in producing and directing covers a wide range of programming. Before forming L.A. Bruell, Lucy was a Reporter/Producer for Newsweek Television, Director/Producer for news and sports broadcasts at KTSF-TV, San Francisco, and Producer for interactive programs at Lancit Media in New York.
Her documentaries on young classical musicians were broadcast on public television stations nationwide. Lucy graduated from the University of California in Berkeley with a BA in Psychology and received a Masters in Journalism from Columbia University where she later taught as an adjunct faculty member. She currently leads a weekly seminar on humanism at the NYU School of Medicine. Her work has been exhibited in the San Francisco Museum of Art.
Medical Education Writer / Healthcare Communications Consultant
Ned draws upon more than 30 years experience in the healthcare industry to write and produce medical education programs covering a diverse range of topics including HIV/AIDS, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, pediatric mental health, and influenza. A former Executive Vice President and Client Service Director at Sudler & Hennessey, Ned was responsible for the Roche account, helping to launch the blockbuster antibiotic Rocephin and then growing the business to include Tasmar, Klonopin, Tamiflu and Tenefuse.
Ned earned a BA in Biology from Ithaca College and an MS in Physiology and Biophysics from the University of Vermont School of Medicine where he was a NASA fellowship recipient. After obtaining his graduate degree, he conducted research for the Department of Medicine on the effects of cigarette smoke on the bacterial clearing capacity of the alveolar macrophage. His interest in writing medical research papers inspired him to pursue a career in healthcare.
Jake graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in 2010 with a BFA in Film and Television Production. After college, he set out across the country with a fellow filmmaker to produce "U.S. of D.I.Y," a feature length documentary on underground do-it-yourself punk music and culture. The film, currently in post-production, is slated to screen as part of the "I AM A CLICHE: Echoes of the Punk Aesthetic" exhibition in Rio De Janero in the Fall.
Jake handles editing, social media and production coordination at L.A. Bruell. He also shoots video and stills. An avid musician, Jacob produced video coverage of the 2010 South By Southwest and 2011 CMJ Music Festivals, and he regularly performs with his band at local clubs.
Evan is L.A. Bruell's project manager and associate editor. Born in Westchester, Evan currently lives in Queens and is a graduate of Columbia University with a BA in Middle East, South Asian, and African Studies. Evan has been published in Westchester Parent and ForeWord Magazine, and has blogged on Buddhism for Tricycle Magazine. As a research assistant in Columbia's Intergroup Relations and Diversity Lab, he has worked on projects relating to stereotype threat and stigma, and as a grantwriter he has worked on projects dealing with autism and other neurobiological conditions. His personal interests include cooking, Buddhism, and technology.