The thing about Brian is that he adamantly refuses labels and limits. As a kid, he was captivated by the features in Rolling Stone magazine and subsequently influenced by the dramatic and iconic styles of the contributing photographers: Herb Ritts, Annie Leibovitz, and Richard Avedon, to name a few. And while those leading image makers used their cameras to shoot people, and rock and roll, Brian took the notion of meticulously stylized lighting and bold contrasts to his early explorations of landscapes and stills, discovering how incredibly powerful an image could be without a person in it.
Brian continues to challenge himself inside and out of the studio, he published his first book: LH365 in 2021. The book is an in-depth, aerial study of Lake Hopatcong in Northern NJ in all four seasons, shot over a five-year period. Brian currently maintains a full-time production studio in Hell’s Kitchen, NY