Throughout his life and career, legal and business professional Marc Brodherson has participated in a number of occupational, charitable, and recreational activities. Graduating magna cum laude from Princeton University in June 2000 with a B.A. in History, Marc Brodherson earned the Walter Phelps Hall European History prize for his senior thesis. Shortly after Princeton, Marc Brodherson found work as a Creative Executive at Emerging Pictures in New York.
At Emerging Pictures, Marc Brodherson worked with a variety of up-and-coming film directors on independent feature films, including Killing Time and Twelve, which debuted at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival and the 2001 Austin Film Festival, respectively. During his three-year period with Emerging Pictures, Marc Brodherson performed a wide range of production and distribution work and learned the finer points of the film industry. Attending Harvard Law School from September 2003 to June 2006, Marc Brodherson served on the Student Board of Advisors, and completed a summer associate internship through Davis Polk & Wardwell, a corporate law firm specializing in international business.
Upon graduation from Harvard Law School, Marc Brodherson passed the New York State Bar Examination in the summer of 2006, and maintains membership in the New York State Bar Association . A current resident of New York City, Marc Brodherson has given his time, energy, and resources to such local charities as Year Up, an organization that provides professional and education training to underserved young adults in urban communities. Marc Brodherson also volunteers as a foster dog parent through Animal Care & Control of New York City, which seeks to place stray and abandoned animals in loving homes. In his spare time, Marc Brodherson enjoys skiing, solving crossword puzzles, and reading. Marc Brodherson counts Vladimir Nabokov, Thomas Pynchon, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and other masters of the craft among his favorite authors.