Boom Baby Boomer
Julie Anderson is a journalist with a passion for sharing information and inspirational stories. She provides much of the content on Boom Baby Boomer and hosts the videos. At 54-years-old, she is determined to help baby boomers live their later years as happy and healthy as possible. Part of that is being armed with information to take care of themselves and their aging parents.
Julie has worked as a reporter, anchor and investigative producer. She spent most of her career at television stations in Minneapolis. Her broad range of contacts and skill at digging up the best information and advice available will help her prepare reports you can read and understand on issues that are important as you age.
Julie is married to Brett, a wonderful man she met in her mid- 40’s. Brett’s mom is going on 95-years- young. They are living what the Boom Baby Boomer website is all about.
Brilliant Image Productions
Julius is the brains behind the design and functionality of the Boom Baby Boomer website and he shoots and edits the videos. His company, Brilliant Image Productions (BIP), specializes in: Feature and Documentary production, Corporate Video & Commercials, Training & Marketing Videos, Video News Releases & Special Events and Weddings & Celebrations. He also does Web Site Design, DVD Authoring, Photos to DVD Video and Old Video Restoration.
Julius is a veteran world traveler who in 2006 decided to settle down in Cokato, MN with his wife Judy. He calls Cokato the warmest place on the planet. He says that because the people are warm, not the temperatures. Before marrying and establishing BIP, Julius lived in Belgium for four years working across continents with a non-profit organization. The goal was to make short documentaries of humanitarian issues on both developing and developed countries. Those documentaries became a daily TV show. The series was broadcast on national TV stations across Europe and Africa.
Julius was born in Kenya, a place he and Judy visit when they can. Both are dedicated to improving lives for the young and old across the world as well as here in Minnesota.