Brian Harris Berg is a well-rounded professional. He is a science enthusiast, an avid traveler, a film producer, and an attorney with over 20 years of experience. The graduate of Hofstra University School of Law is also a motivational speaker and currently runs a successful real estate investment company.
Thanks to his passion for helping people lead a high-quality, organized, and accomplished life, Brain runs a blog titled Cell Keys Wallet (cellkeyswallet.com) that assists individuals in identifying their goals and discovering how to achieve them. His most recent blog post is an interview with Chuck Nice, a celebrated American stand-up comedian and co-host of Star Talk.
Brian’s love for reading, watching movies, and exploring the world, combined with his extensive knowledge of various industries, including finance, law, and entertainment, has made him an accomplished film producer. One of his outstanding productions is The Luring (TheLuring.com), an intriguing psychological thriller set in Vermont. The movie has global distribution through Amazon, Xbox, In Demand, iTunes, and Comcast.
Brian Harris Berg wears multiple hats: he is an attorney, business executive, film producer, motivational speaker, science enthusiast, a published author, and an avid traveler.
Brian Harris Berg
He currently runs a successful real estate investment firm and Cell Keys Wallet (CellKeysWallet.com), a blog that focuses on helping individuals set and achieve worthwhile goals. He is also President of the Astronomers Association of New York (AAA.org), a non-profit organization established in 1927 to promote the study of Astronomy.
Brian also writes a monthly column for Eyepiece, the Astronomy Association’s newsletter designed to provide astronomy-related news in New York and beyond. In 2019, Brian produced The Luring (TheLuring.com), a horror film set in Vermont. The film enjoys worldwide distribution through Amazon, Xbox, In Demand, iTunes, Comcast, among other channels.
He discovered his love for travel as a teenager and has since visited more than 75 countries, notably Tanzania, where he reached the peak of Kilimanjaro, and Chile, where he met astronomers in the Atacama Desert.
Brian also engages in charitable causes during his extensive travels. For example, he successfully raised funds for orphans in Cambodia. In addition, he is a strong proponent of healthy living and plays team sports every week besides walking and running at least 12,000 steps every day. Links to Brian’s various endeavors can be found at BrianBergSpeaks.com.