Brian is a New York City playwright who is influenced by the works of Harold Pinter, Arthur Miller, and Tennessee Williams. His latest play, Let's Kill Grandma This Christmas, will mark Brian's Off-Broadway debut in late 2012. It is a dark comedy set in the midst of the current economic crisis that explores the question of whether grandparents are lovable assets or unfortunate liabilities.

His play, Two Thieves, a Girl Named Florine and an Extremely Rare, Perfectly Cut, Quarter Million Dollar Fire Opal Diamond, a comedy about a dim witted jewel thief trying to live an ethical life, is also in development after several readings and a workshop production. His other play, Saturn Return, (Co-written by James Wirt and Mackenzie Westmoreland) a dark comedy about a musician going through an existential crisis, is currently in development after several readings and a workshop production. Film: Brian has also written several screenplays which have been developed with The Film Gym. These include, Saving Billy Zonner, a psychological thriller about the latest strain of the swine flu, which is currently in preproduction; Psychopathic Yoga, a comedy about a peaceful Occupy Wall Street protester who has taken the CEO of a major bank hostage (filming this summer with The Film Gym); The Banana Republican a comedy he co-wrote with James Wirt; and a screen adaptation of his play, Saturn Return. Brian has also worked extensively as an actor both regionally and Off-Broadway, including performances with Naked Angels and Abingdon Theater Company.