Brian’s career in post-production started in 1998 as an Avid Editor working on prime-time TV shows in the Netherlands during his time studying at the Utrecht School of Arts. Once graduated in 2000, he continued to work as an online editor and compositor before making the transition to digital grading.
In 2004, he moved to London to join Framestore Digital Lab, working as an Assistant Digital Colourist on Feature Films learning his craft, before progressing to the role of Senior Colourist helping the company pioneer digital grading, working on films, such as: Casino Royale, Sherlock Holmes and Harry Brown.
In 2009, Brian moved to Ambassadors in Amsterdam, where he spent 9 years as their Senior Commercials Colourist working on commercials for global brands including: Adidas, Nike, McDonalds and ESPN. He is also the winner of a prestigious Cannes Gold Lion Award for his work on Warchild ‘Batman’.
Prior to starting his post-production career, Brian served in the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in the Former Yugoslavia during the Civil War. A keen music photographer in his spare time, Brian has worked as the House Photographer at The Melkweg in Amsterdam.