Education and Early Career
Born and raised a Long-Islander, Bryan attended the State University of New York (SUNY) in Morrisville, New York. There, Bryan earned his bachelor’s degree in equine science and management, building upon his knowledge and passion for horses.
From a young age, Bryan was taught to make himself available to others in need and to help those who ask for it whenever his circumstances allow. Growing up, his family instilled in him the belief to always lend a helping hand, because one day you may be the one in need or asking for help. He believes firmly in the adage: “Treat others the way you wish to be treated.”
Personal and Professional Life
These days, Bryan lives in Medway, Massachusetts, a small, beautiful town situated right on the Charles River. Known for its peaceful and quiet farmland, Bryan helps on a nearby farm, where he works with his three horses.
During his spare time, Bryan trains, breeds, and shows horses, and, given his passion, also teaches those who want to learn about horses. Whenever possible, he’s happy to put his extensive equine knowledge to work – teaching people how to ride, groom, and care for horses as well as how to maintain and work on a farm.
Bryan has been a case manager at Sokolove Law since 2014. He considers it a personal mission to help people who have been injured seek justice. Due to his giving nature, Bryan always considers it “a win” if he is able to help anybody gain clarity or closure in their circumstances.