was born in Oklahoma. He started sculpting with clay at the age of three.
Bryan studied Fine Art at the University of Denver and Communication Design and Illustration at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. After a brief bout with illustration, he moved into entertainment advertising - basically, making movie posters
At the age of 30, Bryan became Senior Vice President and Creative Director at Paramount Pictures. He was very fortunate to have the opportunity to build a team of fantastically talented people - some of whom he works with to this day.
Six years later he left Paramount and started his own company. Bryan and his team created print and online campaigns for Braveheart, Titanic, four Star Trek films, The Truman Show, Tomb Raider, two Mission: Impossible films, Pan’s Labyrinth, Rugrats, Sleepy Hollow, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut and many more. They were the recipients of many entertainment industry awards.
For 35 years Bryan made movie stuff. Now he works with clay. Go figure.