Article written by Emily Green for Walter Foster Publishing Blog:
At first, Drew Brophy didn’t want his own television show, but after a little nudging from Maria Brophy, his promoter, manager, and wife of 11 years, he agreed to share his unique brand of eclectic surf art with, potentially, millions of viewers.
What sets The Paint Shop apart from the onslaught of reality television currently dominating the airwaves, however, is Drew’s educational approach, colorful designs, and surfer attitude. That and there’s no drama—the main ingredient in most other reality shows.
“We keep the negative drama out of it,” says Maria. “The downside is that our ratings will never be as high as Jersey Shore, but we want to show people that they can design a lifestyle where they are doing what they love for a living. We want people to see that it’s possible!”
And this wave-riding couple is doing just that. Along with their 9-year-old son, Dylan, the Brophys… CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST of this article on the Walter Foster Site!