Working to help those in need
Brian makes strong connections with all the organizations he works with. Providence Mount St. Vincent in West Seattle is a great example. Brian has MC’ed the “Black Tie Bingo for Providence Mount St. Vincent for the past 16 years. Not only does this facility help the elderly–two-thirds of whom have outlived their resources–”The Mount” also hosts a thriving daycare and preschool, called the Intergenerational Learning Center. Brian’s kids are proud graduates of the “ILC,” and he’s proud to be part of Providence’s fundraising efforts.
MC for Big Skills, Tiny Homes Virtual Fundraiser: Raise the Roof!
I was honored to work with Big Skills, Tiny Homes as an emcee for their virtual fundraiser, “Raise the Roof”! BSTH is a Bay Area nonprofit that helps students of all ages interested in the trades, as they build a tiny home from scratch to completion. Then, the homes are donated to people in need. […]Read More > >
Auctioneer: North Hill Co-op
I was fortunate to be the auctioneer for the North Hill Co-op‘s auction last year in Tacoma and I’m excited to be on tap for the event in June of 2020! In the photo above, that’s me with teacher/superstar Nicole Hall, with a superhero theme that showed just how super-powered this event was! North Hill […]Read More > >
Moderator: Seattle Speaks
Over the past 8-plus years I’ve worked at The Seattle Channel, I really enjoyed the work I was able to do with Town Hall and City Club with their “Seattle Speaks” project. The photo you’re seeing here is from one of our town-hall style events regarding our state’s challenges with funding K-8 education, from a […]Read More > >
Moderating Important Discussions
Brian moderated Laird Norton’s “Thought Forum” about the future of the Seattle Waterfront in the spring of 2019 with some important local leaders from the Seattle Foundation, the Friends of the Waterfront, and many others.
An Event with Heart
Brian has helped build up the White Center Food Bank’s Harvest Dinner event over the past eight years as an MC/video producer. Watch the video to learn more about the need in the White Center area, and the innovative ways the Food Bank is working to help.