Brian’s operations expertise comes from over 12 years of broadcast experience, spanning from ‘old style tape’ into the new age of HD and online media. Working through the midst of the digital revolution, he has constantly embraced the necessary out of the box thinking when dealing with cutting edge and unconventional technology. His career has spanned the roles of broadcast, from operating analog and digital cameras, to handling live broadcast audio at Bloomberg LP, and on into the digital age as the engineer in charge for multi-country live simulcast productions, Brian has honed his understanding of handling complex projects involving diverse teams.
Since his involvement in the creation of “Temple of Flux” in 2010 where he developed a process to mass-produce modular sections of the 27,000 sq ft art piece, necessary to its transportation and assembly at the remote installation site, Brian has been involved in and managed multiple sculptural projects. He has taken his knowledge of technology and applied it to the arts, resulting in such pieces as the “Mens Amplio,” a massive LED sculpture of the human brain controlled through neural interface to map synapse activity in light. Brian has proven his track record for ensuring the flow from concept to construction and on to exhibition of groundbreaking industrial art.