Wolfgang Busch is a mutable award winning documentary filmmaker, director, producer, cinematographer and editor, including a humanitarian award for his documentary "How Do I Look". He also received a "Keep The Dream Alive" Martin Luther King Humanitarian award for his social and artistic activism for the Black and Hispanic LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) Ballroom community, aka Harlem Drag Ball community.
He is an entrepreneur, grass-root organizer, motivator, inspirational and touches people life's from all walks of life.
As an openly gay artist, he has been embraced by a wide range of LGBT organizations to produce high level events including GLAMA (Gay and Lesbian American Music Awards), SAGE (Senior Action in a Gay Environment) Lifetime Achievement Awards ceremonies and events for LifeBeat, Center For the Media Arts and Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center.
Busch's video production work can be seen on Film, the After Stonewall documentary, CBS, MTV, PBS, CNBC, E channel, New York 1, on the Internet and on the Island of Bermuda and Jamaica.
Outmusic awarded Wolfgang with the Outmusic Spirit Award in honor of his dedication to ensuring the LGBTQ entertainment community were documented,celebrated and archived. Wolfgang Busch still works tirelessly to keep the spirit of the LGBTQ community alive. READ MORE
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