Brian currently Lives and works in Calgary, Alberta Canada.
Brian graduated with a BFA with distinction from the Alberta College of Art and Design, and was the recipient of a Board of Governors award for his program. Brian was also the 2001 Valedictorian.
He moved on to work in media arts at the EMMEDIA Gallery and Production Society in 1999 and worked in varying degrees for the next 8 years, facilitating countless independent productions and festivals and teaching many courses and workshops. He co-founded (CUFF) the Calgary Underground Film Festival and continues to be an integral part of the Calgary arts community.
Brian taught animation for many years for (AYAP), the Aboriginal Youth Animation Program and continues to teach animation at the Quickdraw Animation Society. He also teaches part time at the Alberta College of Art and Design where he was recently selected as a recipients for a 25 year Alumni Award for his painting “Songs yet to be Sung”. Brian received an Alberta Foundation for the Arts grant for an upcoming animation titled “Snack Time’. Brian has a love for pre-code animation and characters with rubber arms.
Brian exhibited in the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts show 7 by 7: Rising talents at the Stride Gallery in 2009. He had his first solo exhibit titled “Sacred Images” of Tibetan inspire Thangkas at the Untitled Arts Society Gallery, June 2011. He continuously shows in group shows and exhibitions and regularly gives artist talks and lectures.
Brian currently has work traveling across Alberta with the ASATREX program and an upcoming solo exhibition titled "Divine Inspiration" at the Stride Gallery October- December 2012. He has two simultaneous showings in the Epcor Centre for performing arts window gallery space in from Jan. - April 2013.