Senior Digital Account Executive
Bryan has loved marketing and advertising long before he knew what it was. As a kid fascinated with movies, sports, and music – and as he got older food, tech, and travel – there were two questions always percolating underneath every experience: Why are all these people here and what do they love about these moments?
Nearly 2 decades later, the pursuit of those answers took him from NYC to Denver, and eventually, to Washington, DC and Red Thinking. Consumed by strategy and always looking for the silver thread, Bryan helps elevate our clients using a core philosophy that informs his approach to both copywriting and account management: 1) Curiosity Creates Flexibility, 2) Data is a License to Think Big, and 3) Empathy is Emotional Jet Fuel.
When not running down digital strategy, Bryan is often still running – around the backyard, around town in marathon prep, or around a music/media dream that keeps shifting but never goes away. He currently lives in Loudoun county with his beautiful wife Christina, 4 kids, and their dog.
Get to know
What Is Your Most Unusual Talent?
At one point in life, I was a full-time rapper. This info is usually met with disbelief, so I suppose that makes it… unusual?
What Cheesy Song Do You Have Memorized?
Always handy for karaoke, that would be “Margaritaville” by the inimitable Jimmy Buffett.
What Is Something You Hate, But You Wished You Loved?
There isn’t much I hate - but there’s things that, if I loved them, I might enjoy them more. Like cats.
What Weird Food Combinations Do You Really Enjoy?
Fried bananas, eggs, and cheese on an everything bagel. I’m also pro-kimchi at all times.
What are you grateful for?
God. Family. 5am runs. Oh, and Taco Tuesdays.
- “I guess it comes down to a simple choice. Get busy living, or get busy dying.” The Shawshank Redemption
- “Welcome to Earth.” Independence Day
- “Everyone fails at who they’re supposed to be. The measure of a person, a hero, is how well they succeed at being who they are.” Thor: Ragnarok
- “This is it, Jack. Don’t get dead.” Speed
- Honorable Mention: the entirety of both The Sandlot and Old School
- The Ones with The Wedding and the Dock Party
- The One when Q-Tip Tried Stealing My Lunch
- The One with the Recording Studio and the Choir in Harlem
- The One Jumping Over Cars with My Brother
- The One Throwing Curveballs with Dad
- The Ones with The Birthdays
- The Ones Ending with Firepits & Cigars
Some days we win. Some days we learn.
WE ARE RED THINKING.Our Team.