Brenton Zola uses the power of story to make the world more human. He is a first-generation writer, thinker and multi-disciplinary artist. Informed by travel to over 70 nations, his work examines themes of myth, community equity and ethics. ethical societies.
His work has appeared in the Newsweek, LA Times, INC, American Theater, PBS, and NPR member-station WBUR Boston, among others. Brenton has been an artist-in-residence at theaters and collectives worldwide and has also worked with the NFL, Norman Rockwell Museum, Airbnb, United Nations and many other organizations.
He believes that all people deserve to feel valid, heard and understand, and that the spirit of community lies in collaboration. He believes truth can be found at the intersection of disciplines and stories.