Musa (무사 / 武士) – noun 1. a warrior
Musa is owned and operated by seasoned military veterans with modern tactical combat experience and broad entertainment experience. Core to our business philosophy are the same values that the military holds true: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Honor, Integrity.
We're more than military technical advisors. We're military entertainment consultants who provide strategic, tactical and modern military consulting services to the film, television, gaming, advertising and technology industries.
- Bridges the gap between the military and entertainment.
- Helps you enhance your productions by achieving accurate and authentic portrayals of military personnel and equipment.
- Waves you time, money and stress by navigating you through the Department of Defense’s military support approval process.
- Helps you get it right!
Meet Our Team
In 2009, Brian began his foray into the entertainment industry when he was assigned to consult on projects such as TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN, BATTLE: LOS ANGELES, ARMY WIVES, and EA’s MEDAL OF HONOR (2010) as part of the United States Army Entertainment Office.Read More
CEO, Founder / Captain, U.S. Army (Retired)
In 2009, Brian began his foray into the entertainment industry when he was assigned to consult on projects such as TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN, BATTLE: LOS ANGELES, ARMY WIVES, and EA’s MEDAL OF HONOR (2010) as part of the United States Army Entertainment Office.
Brian founded Musa Media Inc. on November of 2009, and has since contributed to development and on-set consultation for numerous entertainment and non-entertainment projects, such as BATTLFIELD 3 and 4, MEDAL OF HONOR: WARFIGHTER (Electronic Arts), TOP GEAR AMERICA (History Channel), ENLISTED (Fox), THE BRINK (HBO), and PIXELS (Sony).
Brian also served as the lead U.S. Unit Producer for South Korean action films THE SUSPECT (Showbox) and NO TEARS FOR THE DEAD (CJ) and was a writer and producer on Musa’s feature film KTOWN COWBOYS.
Brian received his commission as a US Army Officer from the ROTC program at the University of California, Berkeley where he also earned his B.A. in English.
A 21-year U.S. Army veteran, Lieutenant Colonel (ret) Greg BIshop joined Musa in 2010 after serving as the U.S. Army's Entertainment Liaison Officer. He has produced feature films, television, documentaries, industrial films, commercials, branded content and digital video content.Read More
CMO, Partner / Lt. Colonel, U.S. Army (Retired)
A 21-year U.S. Army veteran, Lieutenant Colonel Greg Bishop joined Musa in 2010. He is a producer and executive of the digital television network, the "All Warrior Network" which launched on Veteran's Day, 2013.
His consulting work has included production consulting on motion picture, television and video game productions as well as advertising and public relations campaigns targeting military audiences. His clients include Walmart, Verizon Wireless, KFC, Hallmark, HBO, Fox Television, BBC, LifetimeTV, Electronic Arts, Lucas Arts, and others.
Prior to joining Musa, Greg served in various marketing, advertising and public relations positions in the U.S. Army. He has provided Army brand creative expertise in advertising campaings and strategy for several agencies including Leo Burnett, McCann Erikson and DraftFCB. He also provided brand integration to blockbuster films like TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN and GI JOE: RISE OF COBRA, television programs such as ARMY WIVES, and video games including MEDAL OF HONOR.
Greg is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.