Brian began his career as a freelancer for the Washington Post, then staffing with the News Journal in Wilmington, DE and the Associated Press in Trenton, NJ. And focuses on portraiture, reportage and fine art photography.
Brian has the privilege to work such folk as Ebony magazine, GM, Ford Motor Company, The National Urban League, The Positive Community Magazine, Zuma Press Images, The Washington Post Magazine.
Brian has had several art exhibits at the Plainfield Public Library on his legendary Black gospel artists and veterans that included over 20,000 visitors. Brian’s work also appeared at the Delaware Historical Society.
Brian earned a B.S in Environmental Geology and a minor in Fine Arts from Howard University. He his a member the Major Taylor Cycling Club of New Jersey, American Society of Media Photographers and The National Association of Black Journalists
Brian's hero's his parents, five sons, Moneta Sleet, Jr and hometown photographers Irvin Penn and Margaret Bourke White.
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