Brian was raised in Carmel, California before pursuing a film degree at California State University, Monterey Bay followed by a Masters of Arts at C.S.U., Hayward’s Multimedia Graduate Program in 2001. During that time in Hayward, he worked as an associate producer at The Learning Company in their creative R&D department, “The Innovation Lab.” As part of a small team, he was responsible for prototyping the design of interactive toys and media content for children’s learning software.
Brian possesses a unique range of artistic and technical skills following a series of varied working experiences including a bronze sculpture foundry, building 3D laser scanners at Cyberware, toy design and prototyping, and custom home building and
Brian’s interest in making art “livable” has led him to various commissions of private home installations. These include a doorbell concealed as a stone and metal sculpture, illuminated etched glass panels laid into tile floors, sand carved surface details in spa settings, and a pneumatically activated garbage can concealed as a wine barrel in a themed kitchen. As he continues to explore the possibilities of livable art, he is pursuing sculpture and commercial media art projects.