Bryan has worked in design/illustration since 2006, and primarily in Apparel and Merchandise the last 7 years.
Depending on the client will work in a fast turnaround mode (to capitalize on trending topics), or in a more thorough brand development capacity, with a more developed plan of promotion.
Bryan's client list includes design and illustration work for the NBA Players Association, the MLB Players association, Mike Tyson, Rain Wilson, Jenna Fischer, Dennis Rodman, Chloe Bennet, The Chris Kyle Foundation, Oliver & James Phelps, Von Miller, Thomas Middleditch, Kenley Jansen, Stephen Marley, Kool & The Gang, and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FX).
Repeat clients include Jenna Fischer, Stan Lee/POW Entertainment, Jerry Garcia, Allen Stone, Gaten Matarazzo, Flogging Molly, and the band Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers. He has also done tour merch for musicians Tim McGraw, Boyce Avenue, and comedian John Mulaney - as well as a crossover project for celebrities and NBA. (Action Bronson/Knicks, Jerry Garcia/Warriors, Machine Gun Kelly/Cavs, Anthony Hamilton/Hornets, Backstreet Boys/Magic, Austin Mahone/Spurs)
Bryan has worked on several contract/freelance jobs for clients such as the San Fransisco Giants, Providence College Athletics, Barstool Sports, A&E Network, ESPN Columnist/writer Paul Lukas, Television and Entertainment podcaster Rob Cesternino (RHAP).
Bryan also is the creator of the company Popcorn Ink, which creates printwork inspired by the world of music, film, television and sports, as well as taking on client merchandising projects.