What is Awesometech?

AwesomeTech Industries is a multi-media production company based in Los Angeles. Our projects include the award-winning Hollywood Fringe Festival (2016) play The Wheel of Invention and the weekly podcast I Think You'd Be Into It.

Who is Awesometech?

 đŸ“·Theresa McGlynn/ Clark & Main Photography

đŸ“·Theresa McGlynn/Clark & Main Photography

Brandon Beck

Brandon is a screenwriter and director. Brandon graduated from SUNY Purchase’s Theatre, Arts & Film conservatory with a BFA in Dramatic Writing (TV Concentration) and obtained an MFA in TV Writing and Producing from The TV Writers Studio (Long Island University). He is the co-writer and director of the Channel 101-winning webseries My Racist Toaster, which is exactly what it sounds like, and the writer and director of the award-winning play The Wheel of Invention. His pilot, Whale of a Time, was a Top 75 finalist in the Tracking Board's 2016 Pilot Competition. He has written for Blue Rock Public Radio, Live Foreign Film Dub, and multiple webseries and independent pilots. He has worked as a producer for Everything's Coming Up Podcast and continues to work as a freelance podcast producer and editor. He is more than happy to talk with you about Phish. In fact, he did an entire minisode of I Think You'd Be Into It about it.

 đŸ“·Theresa McGlynn/ Clark & Main Photography

đŸ“·Theresa McGlynn/Clark & Main Photography

Beth Scorzato

Beth is a comic book editor and graphic designer, as well as being a stage manager and producer. Beth graduated from SUNY Purchase where she obtained a BA in Journalism. She also has a MS in Book and Magazine Publishing from Pace University. She has worked at Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Papercutz Graphic Novels, and Lion Forge Comics. Currently she is the Editor in Chief at both GeekChic Promotions and Spandexless, as well as working as a full-time freelance editor. She is a company member at Theatre Unleashed in North Hollywood where she does primarily behind-the-scenes work including stage managing, set construction, and prop construction. She is very aware of the fact that this is a lot of jobs, but thanks to coffee, she somehow manages to do them all.


What's next?


Fuck It This Sucks is a new webseries written and directed by Brandon. Check back soon or follow us on social media for more info on our fundraising campaign, release dates, and behind-the-scenes looks.


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