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Harold believes that "Story is life well told ©," be it through film, music or the written word.  "Life is universal and God given.  It transcends man made barriers, ©" he continued.

Story has always been a part of who Harold Lea Brown is—it is in his blood—he believes story is life well told.  In his teens, he told story through music when he played in a rock band.  Later he told story through award winning poetry and used story as a way of communicating corporate history and vision as a chief business strategist. He has also published award winning technical articles in information management. His family roots are Norwegian and Finnish, where story is core to passing on history to future generations.


While holding down corporate executive positions, he studied fiction and non-fiction writing, screenwriting, acting, television and film production, taking on opportunities to be on the set of television and movie shoots—all to learn alternative mediums of storytelling.  He has appeared as an extra or actor in more than fifteen Canadian, U.S. and international co-productions, commercials, industrial films, made-for–television movies and series, and feature films.  He has studied the producer side of the film and television business, and received the Gerri Cook Memorial Award for the Most Promising Producer; and has worked as a contract producer.


Deadly Invisible Enemies, a technothriller series,  is Harold’s first novel and series.  To date, he has written more than seven award-winning feature length screenplays and a television miniseries, garnering recognition in Canada, the United States, Mexico and Spain.  Some of the festivals include the Action on Film International Film Festival, Barcelona International Film Festival, Harlem International Film Festival New York City, Las Vegas Film Festival, Austin Film Festival, Mexico International Film Festival, Oaxaca International Film Festival and the Toronto WILDsound Festival.