Austin Bragg is a Senior Producer at Reason TV, and at least partially responsible for comedy content including Game of Thrones: Libertarian Edition, Great Moments in Unintended Consequences, Libertarian Dad Jokes, the What Should Have Happened series, and Libertarian PBS. He is also responsible for Buzz Bowl and Trump vs. Hillary vs. Zombies so let's not sprain our wrists patting him on the back.
His work has appeared on Comedy Central, The Onion AV Club, The National Lampoon, Entertainment Weekly, NPR, Deadline, AdAge, College Humor, Current TV, io9.com, Channel10, Superdeluxe.com, the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, G4 TV, Syfy, CBS News, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Atlantic, The Weekly Standard, Politico, The Corning Museum of Glass, and Fox News.
As a freelancer he has produced projects for Warner Brothers Television, Turner Broadcasting, Visa, Fleishman-Hillard, The Smithsonian Magazine, washingtonpost.com, and others.
Bragg won Best Film at the 2016 Masters of Short Film competition at the Cannes Film Festival, and is the recipient of numerous awards from LA Press Club. Along with his brother, Meredith Bragg, he co-wrote and co-directed A Piece of Cake, which premiered at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival and was nominated for best narrative short. Their debut feature, Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game, will premiere this fall.
Bragg has previously worked for The Cato Institute, Beyond Productions, Arlington Independent Media, and he once performed as a side-show strongman.