It’s hard to tell Brennen’s story without referencing the American Dream. Brennen started a leading marketing agency out of high school and remains one of the most successful young entrepreneurs today. Still one of the youngest members of his company, PixelCutLabs, Brennen represents and leads company culture, which is unique and identified by strong relationships, collaboration, and play.
Before becoming a successful business owner, Brennen didn’t have it easy at school. Today, he leverages his reach to advocate against bullying on behalf of all who aren’t able.
At only 18 years old, Brennen is the founder and CEO of a nationally recognized marketing agency.
Brennen shares his story with public audiences
A victim of bullying himself, Brennen uses his voice to stand up for those who aren't able.
At only 11 years old, Brennen used a drag-and-drop site builder to create his first website.
When he was 12, Brennen made a website for his mom's small business. He also earned his first paid project - it was an iPhone app for a local elementary school.
Brennen launched a website for his newly incorporated company, PixelCutLabs. The website started generating traffic and Brennen hired his first contractor.
Brennen's side hustle finally turned into a real agency. He began to build his team and branched out into marketing services beyond web design.
Brennen leads culture and overall direction at PixelCutLabs - an agency that is now supported by over 60 employees and contractors - headquartered in Brennen's hometown of Dallas, Texas.