Brian is an actor, writer, filmmaker, and comedian with a BFA in Theatre from Valdosta State University. He lives in Atlanta, where he writes, directs, and produces films with his production company, Cold Silver Films, in addition to being a freelance teacher of writing and theatre. His first feature film, the romantic comedy Uncommon Law, is now available on DVD, Blu-Ray, & digital download in the shop. He is also currently working on his first fantasy novel, Into The Black.
Brian has completed principal photography on his feature film, Uncommon Law, and is now in post-production editing the movie. He has also moved to Chicago, where he is currently taking improv at iO and writing a pair of plays for Gorilla Tango Theatre.
Check out the promo video Brian directed & edited for the release of Heath McNease’s Straight Outta Console: The Nintendo Thumb Mixtape, due for release on July 4. The promo includes a music video for “I Did It All For Tanuki” and a preview of “Chopsylvania.” All tracks contain music from classic Nintendo games.
“Where Are They Now: Beloved 1980s Movie Characters”, directed by Brian Work, is now available on Funny or Die and YouTube!
This Friday I open “Christmas Belles” at the Rosewater Theatre in Roswell, GA. It’s a fun show about all hell breaking loose at a church in Texas on Christmas Eve. I play Justin Waverly, the interim pastor who’s trying desperately to propose to one of the daughters. I’m really enjoying the role. It’s interesting because it’s a character role, which is what I usually play, but it’s also the ingenue, which is new to me. It’s fun playing a character who talks in a strange voice and also gets a full on makeout scene.
The show runs Thursdays through Sundays from November 26-December 18. If you’re in the Atlanta area, come check it out!