Bryan is currently a Partner where he focuses primarily on investments in the mobile ecosystem, education technology, collaboration, fintech, data & analytics, and other vertical specific SaaS and technology-enabled companies.
Originally from the New York City area and most recently from Silicon Valley, Bryan has spent over 16 years in the venture capital industry. He was previously a Partner at Khosla Ventures, leading their venture growth stage deals out of Menlo Park, CA.
Prior to his role at Khosla Ventures, Bryan was a Partner at Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners (SIP), a Principal at Apax, and spent just under a decade investing with Insight Venture Partners, leading deals across the US and Europe.
Bryan has worked closely at the board level of several companies, including AdColony (acquired by Opera), Alteryx (NYSE: AYX), Anaqua (acquired by Astorg), Genius Sports (NYSE: GENI), Pluralsight (NASDAQ: PS), Smartsheet (NYSE: SMAR), Udemy (NASDAQ: UDMY), Wizeline (acquired by CDPQ), and Xamarin (acquired by Microsoft).
While at Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners (SIP), he established and led the creation of a digital infrastructure platform, "CoFi," in the wireless technology space. This platform focuses on neutral-host software and systems integration; enabling shared 5G wireless access infrastructure with the unique intention to improve equity across broadband access to underserved populations and schools.
A graduate from Princeton University's School of Engineering and Applied Science, Bryan earned a degree in Operations Research and Financial Engineering, with minors in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Engineering Management Systems.
Although he no longer performs actively, Bryan is a large fan of all types of music, and formerly performed with a variety of jazz and classical ensembles as a percussionist. Instead of performing currently, he gets his weekly dose of aural inspiration by frequenting many of London, NYC and SF's music venues.