About

Bryan is a two time Emmy® Award winner for his work as a senior video operator with the MLB Network. Working in broadcast news, talk shows, documentaries, corporate videos and radio, Bryan has been in the broadcast industry since the early 1980’s. He is also a member of The Society of broadcast Engineers and is a Certified Television Operator.

As a Videographer from 1993-1996 for Network Video Services, Bryan counted among his many broadcast clients television networks such as ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, BET, ESPN, Nickelodeon, CourtTV, Classic Sports, MTV, WTN, Reuters and several other international news organizations.

During the 1990’s Bryan served as the Technical Manager on Free Speech, a pilot for a weekly series distributed by Studios USA. During this time period he also managed video transmission operations for IBM Video Services and consulted to numerous production companies regarding production and broadcast operations.

In 1995 he co-founded a production company in New York City where he managed principal photography, and the day-to-day technical operations. During his tenure he also managed the production of numerous documentaries, corporate profiles, commercials, independent feature films, and a talk radio show broadcast on WNEW-FM in New York City.

In 2005 he returned to network television and has worked as the senior video operator for NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, SNL 40th Anniversary, Dr. Oz, Dateline, ABC World News With Diane Sawyer, Good Morning America, Nightline, 20/20, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Katie Couric, The Revolution, ABC’s College Football, The Tyra Banks Show, Teen Nick, Yes Network, Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food, MTV Networks Total Request Live and special events. He has also worked on the soap operas One Life To Live and All My Children.

In February of 2014 Bryan joined the production team of NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers as the senior video operator for the late night series. He has also worked on the launch of The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon providing his services for the performance of U2 on the observation deck of 30 Rockefeller Center.

“After the obligatory monologue, the host segued into a couple of bits with serious second-day-viewing potential, including an extended walk-in by more than a dozen luminaries (former “Tonight Show” guest host Joan Rivers among them), and a hip-hop dance routine with Will Smith. That gave way to the night’s one real visual flourish – a rooftop performance by U2 that opened up the show in an interesting way while taking advantage of the Manhattan skyline.”– Variety / February 18, 2014