Brian was born in Fort Benning Georgia. In 1992 he graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Illustration and was hired by Richard Hefter (creator of Sweet Pickles) to be the animation director for his company.
The Savannah College of Art and Design then hired Brian as a professor of multimedia design and post-production. Brian worked at the college for a year before venturing out to San Francisco in 1995 to become art director at Mondo Media where he worked designing intellectual properties, video games, and even worked with Bill Gates on one of the very first online games for the growing worldwide web.
He then moved to the east coast working in Boston and New York bringing to life such characters as Curious George, Fisher-Price Little People, The Rescue Heroes, and Barbie. Brian took a step away from animation to start a brand new career in the live-action forum where he created many award-winning short films like “Street,” “Evening with my Comatose Mother” and “Sara’s Crossing.” He is also known for creating and producing the popular TV series “My Five Wives” for TLC.
Brian joined WTOC two years ago as the producing for WTOC’s marketing department and for “Savannah Weekend.”
Currently, Brian lives in downtown Savannah with his wife Jen (The Savannah Kitchen) and their 6 kids working for WTOC as the segment producer and reporter for “Morning Break.”
Many of you are preparing to send your kids back to school - whether their classroom will be virtual or physical. And if you’ve already started school, you might be finding the adjustment a little challenging.
Boston-based trio “Honey Cutt” is led by Kaley Honeycutt (vocals, guitar) who relocated from her sunny, suburban town in Central Florida to Boston where she sought out new musical friends. Enter Ari Blut (bass) and Chris Chew (drums).
The American Legion in Savannah, also known as Post 135, is a place where war veterans can go to mentor our youth and continue the promotion of our countries patriotism. It’s also a great place for the community to connect with our local veterans and enjoy a good burger.