I’m a video and online media producer in New York City.
Currently I’m coordinating the producing department at the New York Film Academy and producing freelance marketing videos.
Most recently I did extras casting for Ty Hodges’s feature film Charlie, Trevor and a Girl Savannah and Ash Christian’s film Petunia. I did camera work for the feature film Girl Walk All Day directed by Jacob Krupnik, which premiered in Brooklyn in December of 2011.
Videos I’ve created are featured on Mashable, Kotaku, and Gawker. As an undergrad I interned for CollegeHumor.
While interning at Gawker.TV Bryan focused on finding and creating excellent video content across the Gawker Media Network. He was focused, dedicated, detail-oriented and often exceeded my expectations. He worked well with others consistently delivered high quality video in a timely manner. Both during and after his internship at Gawker.TV I passed his name along successfully to clients, and would do so again. Highly recommend.
-Richard Blakeley, Managing Editor, Strategy & Content at Thrillist. Former Editor-in-Chief of Gawker.TV
Bryan was an extremely hard-working and loyal assistant who always came to work with the proper attitude and a good sense of humor. He performed his duties without question or complaint and proved himself invaluable to me and the entire department. He handled all the scheduling of classes and teachers for well over 100 students per semester, including three new classes a year due to a rolling admissions policy. You would do well by hiring Bryan for your team.
-Ron Tippe, Writer/Producer, Animation Producer of Space Jam (1996)
Bryan brings creativity, organization and responsibility to his work, which makes him the perfect person to man your camera, as you never have to worry that he won’t come back with the material you need. That he can then edit it into shape and serve it up makes him a one-man production team.
-Francis Rizzo III, Executive Director, Design and Production, Hofstra University