Bryan is a fast-rising mix-engineer and producer having already worked with global acts such as Florence + The Machine, Arctic Monkeys, Of Monsters And Men, Maverick Sabre, John Newman and Disclosure. He recently produced and mixed the chart-topping debut album from Modern Folk act, Jeremy Loops. He has also worked extensively with Arthur Beatrice over the past couple of years, culminating in the recording of their stunning debut album ‘Working Out’.
Prior to this, Bryan spent two years as right-hand man to GRAMMY Award-winning producer Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Portishead, Goldfrapp). During this time, they mixed numerous number one and critically acclaimed albums including Bombay Bicycle Club ‘A Different Fix’, Of Monsters and Men ‘My Head Is An Animal’, The Horrors ‘Skying’, and the GRAMMY-nominated ‘Ceremonials’ by Florence And The Machine.
Bryan has since been building up his experience as a mix-engineer in his own right, mixing EP’s & album tracks for Frightened Rabbit and Josh Kumra, as well as tracks for Eve, Alison Valentine, Fixers and Willy Moon to name a few.
Graduating from LIPA with a degree in Sound Technology, Bryan moved between studios and racked up a wealth of experience working with many different producers and engineers, including Paul Epworth, Ben Hillier and Jeymes Samuel. During this time, he worked with a wide range of artists, from Britney Spears, Toni Braxton, Travie McCoy, Katy B and Calvin Harris, to Grinderman, Noah & The Whale, Mumford & Sons, Villagers and Graham Coxon.
2014 was a stellar year for Bryan, producing and mixing ‘Trading Change’ the number one debut album from South African folk star Jeremy Loops. Closer to home he’s been busy working with the likes of triple BRIT Award-nominee John Newman, Lianne La Havas, Hudson Taylor, Peace, Ady Suleiman and Maverick Sabre, whilst still finding the time to produce and mix upcoming acts such as Sam Ford and The Intermission Project.
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