Brian is about versatility. 

He began a career in on-air TV broadcast journalism in 1995 that not only took him around the Pacific Northwest, but also provided a path towards several other ventures: event emceeing/auctioneering, voice acting, and video production. As a five-time regional Emmy winner and an Audible Approved audiobook narrator, Brian knows how to deliver quality work on time and on budget.

 At the 2019 National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Awards (NW Region), with an Emmy for my story about wheelchair rugby athletes, here on Seattle Channel.

Brian with his wife Christa, announcing the West Seattle Grand Parade, July 2019

Brian is about community.

From emceeing Providence Mount St. Vincent’s Black Tie Bingo event to raise money for care of the elderly, to producing promotional videos for the White Center Food Bank, to moderating a discussion about the future of Seattle’s waterfront, to organizing an obstacle course 5K for his church, Brian’s work is focused on building stronger relationships in his community. Watch a video about the local effort to support art preservation in West Seattle here on YouTube.

Brian is about creativity.

Brian works in on-air broadcast journalism, video production, voice acting, event moderating, and more (including playing/performing on the local music scene). His creative, multi-modal, collaborative approach brings a dynamic energy to every project he’s involved in. Watch one of his latest video productions, for the White Center Food Bank, here.


Promoting (and donating to) the Bloodworks NW #BoldForBlood challenge.