Brian McCarthy

Director of Post Production

Brian McCarthy

Brian McCarthy joined A. Smith & Co Productions in 2012 and currently serves as the director of post production for both the A. Smith & Co. Dox and A. Smith & Co. Entertainment divisions.

With a commitment to storytelling and a wealth of experience that spans both post and  production, his leadership and guidance in the field has led the growth and expansion of the A. Smith & Co. Post Production department.

McCarthy led post-production for hundreds of hours of television for A. Smith & Co. across a wide variety of networks, including “The Dunk King” (TNT), “That Awkward Game Show” (Spike), “The Game Of Dating” (TV One), “Oh My Josh!” (Freeform), “Acting Out” (MTV), “Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge” (NBC),  “Teenage Newlyweds” (A&E), “Inside The Label” (BET), “Time Beings” (History), “Container Homes” (HGTV), “Ellen’s Design Challenge” (HGTV), “Full Throttle Saloon” (TruTV, Destination America), “Beat The Champions” (FOX), “Wizard Wars” (SyFy), “Celebrity Crime Files” (TV One), “America Unplugged” (Sportsman Channel), “Save Our Business” (TNT), “Countdown To UFC” (Fox Sports 1), “Monster Survival Guide” (History), “Too Young To Marry” (Oxygen), “Joe Rogan Questions Everything” (Syfy), “Hollywood House Calls With Cat Deeley” (Style), “Road To The Octagon” (Fox), the NAACP award-winning documentary series “Unsung” (TV One) and it’s acclaimed spin-off “Unsung Hollywood” (TV One), as well as the Emmy-nominated documentary “Ronda Rousey: Breaking Ground” (Fox Sports 1).

Prior to joining A. Smith & Co., McCarthy served as the post production supervisor at Herzog & Co.; where he supervised the editorial and finishing for numerous projects across their Marketing/EPK and Home Video divisions for several major studios including Disney, Universal, Warner Bros, Fox, Paramount. Select projects include behind the scenes and special features for high-profile television series such as “Game of Thrones,” “Lost,” “Fringe,” “Boardwalk Empire,” amongst others. McCarthy’s work in their Original Programming division included running post for the Emmy award-winning documentary for History Channel, “Gettysburg.”

McCarthy holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Filmmaking from the New York Film Academy and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Film, Photography, & Visual Arts from Ithaca College.