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Lacie/ Seagate Collective CPro Grand Prize Winner
2x Emmy Nominations
  • Best Director for "Ada Blackjack Rising", Las Cruces Int. Film Festival
  • Seagate "Best Comes from Within" Grand Prize Winner (Writer / Director / Editor)
  • AVA Digital Awards Gold Award, Assoc. of Communications & Marketing Professionals "Draining Our Savings" (Writer / Director / Editor)
  • Nominated NW Regional Emmy for Documentary - Cultural "Swift Water Place" (Writer/ Director)
  • Nominated NW Regional Emmy "Skiing Across the Arctic" (Director/ Editor)
  • 2x 1st place short fiction, 1x 2nd place in L'attitude weekly magazine


Northwest Regional Emmy Nominated and Winner of Seagate’s “Best Comes From Within” contest, filmmaker Brice Habeger produces stories with a balance of authenticity and ingenuity. Buzz-words for his search for truth in storytelling and creating a better frame. His work takes him to every corner of Alaska and beyond, working on productions of both large and small-scale. 

In 2019, 1 of 50 filmmakers worldwide selected to participate, Habeger’s submission to the “Best Comes from Within” video contest was chosen as the Grand Prize Winner by David Beebe, Emmy-award and Cannes Lion-winning advertising content expert.

Habeger’s diverse portfolio includes production work for corporate and non-profit, such as American Express, U.S. Census Bureau, Chevron, and Alaskan clients. His documentary work includes affiliations with Grammy-winning rock bank Portugal. The Man and National Geographic

His films have appeared in U.S. and international film festivals, including the Northwest Regional Emmy®-nominated documentary Swift Water Place, which aired on PBS stations nationwide and is available on Amazon Prime. 

Working for Alaska Governor Bill Walker as a Visual Content Producer, he traveled to more than 30 Alaskan communities, Washington DC, and Asia. He took over 60K photos and produced 300+ videos, including Mud on the Boots, a 28-minute documentary covering the four years of the Walker Administration. 

His professional on-set credits include camera departments on commercials for the Home Depot, Michelin, Kiehl’s, Wall Street Journal, Trident, Verizon, Volkswagen, and others.