Bryan is a two time Emmy® Award winner for his work as a senior video engineer in the TV industry. Working in late night talk, daytime talk, broadcast news, documentaries, corporate communications and radio, he has been in the broadcast industry since the early 1980’s.
As a Videographer from 1993-1996, Bryan counted among his many clients television networks such as ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, BET, ESPN, Nickelodeon, CourtTV, ESPN Classic Sports, MTV, WTN, Reuters and several other domestic and international news organizations.
During the mid 1990’s, he served as the Technical Manager on a pilot for a weekly series distributed by Studios USA. In addition, he worked in video transmission operations for IBM Video Services and consulted to numerous production companies regarding production and broadcast operations.
In 1995, he co-founded a New York City Based production company 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’s Total Request Live and special events. He has also worked on the soap operas One Life To Live and All My Children.
In 2009, after several decades of living in Manhattan, he packed his bags and moved to Brooklyn where he now resides with his girlfriend Yunghi Kim, an internationally known and award winning photojournalist.
In February of 2014, Bryan was invited to join the production team of NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers as the senior video engineer for the late night series. He 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.