Hometown: Boston

Sponsors: Outdoor Research

Current Transportation: 2010 Toyota Prius

Favorite Places: The bottom of the Black Canyon, the Canadian Rockies and Patagonia

Core Activities: Rock, ice and alpine climbing

My Jam Is: Die Antwoord

Non-Core Activities: Running, coffee drinking

I Eat Lots Of: Sugar

Fun Fact: Most people don't know this, but I wish I played hockey in the NHL.

​Bryan grew up in New Hampshire and started climbing at age 16 in his high school outdoor program (yes they did exist in the 80’s). Previously eschewing everything except ground-up traditional climbing, he luckily stumbled upon some friends who had heard of this great thing called sport climbing, and has since seen great personal growth in all the varied disciplines climbing has to offer. While he enjoys long, remote alpine routes most, having recently relocated to Boston, he’s found solace in the short, fierce test-pieces of Rumney and Pawtuckaway and has recently sent his hardest boulder problems and sport routes. Bryan just returned from a month in the Tasermiut Fjord, Greenland, where he summited Nalumasortoq and Ulamertorsuaq. He is currently running laps at Rumney and spending time on the finger-board in preparation for Chulilla, Spain.