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Bio


 

In 2006 Bryan packed his bags and left Pleasant Grove, Utah for film school in Los Angeles. He interned at MTV and FOX Sports, then found work in a wide variety of production and post-production jobs before focusing entirely on short and feature length narrative work.

Since then Bryan has written and directed award winning commercial and short film projects and produced the feature film The Last Descent which had a limited theatrical run in Utah, Idaho and Arizona. He is currently in pre-production on a short film and is developing a feature length script.

Beyond writing and directing, Bryan is also an experienced VFX Artist and Producer. Most notably he produced the Imagine Dragons music videos "Demons" and "Gold".

Bryan got a BA in Film from California State University, Long Beach, and went on to earn his MFA in Film Production from ArtCenter College of Design.

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Bio


 

In 2006 Bryan packed his bags and left Pleasant Grove, Utah for film school in Los Angeles. He interned at MTV and FOX Sports, then found work in a wide variety of production and post-production jobs before focusing entirely on short and feature length narrative work.

Since then Bryan has written and directed award winning commercial and short film projects and produced the feature film The Last Descent which had a limited theatrical run in Utah, Idaho and Arizona. He is currently in pre-production on a short film and is developing a feature length script.

Beyond writing and directing, Bryan is also an experienced VFX Artist and Producer. Most notably he produced the Imagine Dragons music videos "Demons" and "Gold".

Bryan got a BA in Film from California State University, Long Beach, and went on to earn his MFA in Film Production from ArtCenter College of Design.

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"Get in late. Get out early. Tell the story in the cut." - David Mamet

Mamet


"Get in late. Get out early. Tell the story in the cut." - David Mamet