In his years with IAG, Brian has worked on a range of projects, leading document reviews at manufacturing facilities, law firms and records storage centers across the country.


Brian has also led much of IAG's work on behalf of religious and non-profit organizations. Over the years, he has developed many third party sources that maintain evidence of such entities' historic insurance coverage. On behalf of these clients, he has also conducted onsite document reviews at churches, rectories, missions, offices, retreat centers and schools.


On the corporate side, Brian has led several successful projects on behalf of clients who pursued archaeology as part of due diligence prior to an acquisition. He has implemented innovative techniques for overcoming the time constraints that such projects present locating critical assets from both internal and external sources. Due diligence projects have included research of the coverage of a British manufacturing company as well as domestic distributors and supply companies.


Brian earned his B.A. in political science from American University. He received his M.A. in early modern political philosophy at the University of Chicago, researching the work of Machiavelli. Brian first put his education to use on Capitol Hill where he worked for the House of Representatives' Education and The Workforce Committee. As a break from the search for the missing past, Brian spends his time cooking seasonally from the farmers market and searching out the best restaurants in New York.