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Brian was born in the Philippines where he has exposed to art at an early age. During his youth he frequently attended art workshops including art, animation and print making workshops at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila (Met). 

He would eventually take up BA Industrial Design at the University of the Philippines,Diliman where he was awarded the Pitoy Moreno Sholarship. He was also awared "Best Thesis for Industrial Design" in 2002.

In the same year he started working for Philippine Enterprise as a graphic designer and was promoted to Art Director shortly after. 

In 2004 he left Philppine Enterprise to focus on freelance work. As a freelancer he was able to take on a wide range of illustration and graphic design projects for companies like 3M Philippines, Oishi, Haribon Foundation, Offic of the Solicitor General, ABS-CBN Publishing, Campaigns and Grey, The Cultural Center of the Philippines, Fujitsu Philippines, J. Walter Thompson, Leo Burnett, PAWS (People's Animal Welfare Society) Pulp Magazine and University of the Philippines Film Center, 

In 2008 Brian joined ABS-CBN's TV Patrol where he became an illustrator and graphic designer. He eventually took on other task such as storyboard illustrations, motion graphic designer, touchscreen UI/UX design and on air graphics template creation. Other shows such as Bandila, Umagang Kay Ganda Salamat Dok also took him in as a motion graphic designer and illustrator.

It was between 2008 and 2019 that Brian would also takeon freelance work for local and foreign companies. His work was published in Total Girl Australia, National Geographic, Men's Health Austalia, FHM Australia to name a few. 

In 2019, Brian embarked on a new journey and moved to Toronto Canada where he's worked for Web 3 and gaming companies.

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