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Biography

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Brian began his relationship with the arts at the tender age of seven when he started guitar lessons and acting classes.  This carried him through high school where he fronted a rock band as a singer/songwriter and performed in many plays.  He entered Towson University as a classical guitar performance major, but due to an injury to his left hand, graduated with a degree in liberal arts.  He continued to teach private lessons and perform in a variety of pop ensembles while developing his career.

 

Brian used his background and interest in the arts to work closely with the Maryland Arts Festival and Catalyst Theatre Company at Towson University for two years after graduation.  This is where he discovered his love of the arts in education. 

While in York County, PA he focused on producing and performing original music, film, theater.  

Brian also lived NYC where he directed and managed the Spark Peer Players and Eclectic Theatre Company; touring musical theater troupes that worked in public high schools and community centers.

In 1999 Brian and his wife moved to Bucks County from New York City. He established the Philadelphia campus of Day Jams, a rock and roll camp, in 2000.  Brian also joined the faculty of the Community Conservatory of Music Doylestown, PA as Guitar Teacher.  In 2002 Brian became CCM's Program Director.  In 2015 Brian began teaching Digital Filmmaking at Solebury School in New Hope, PA.

Brian has had the opportunity to perform with hundreds of talented musicians of the last 25 years.  He currently performs and records with a project Tachyonmetry.


Brian has volunteered for many non-profit organization over the years including the Philadelphia Classical Guitar SocietyRoxy Therapy Dogs, Camp Choconut, Bucks County Concerned Citizens and more.  He is an active member of the Gwynedd Racket Club, enjoys wind surfing, biking and woodworking.

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