Bryan cut his musical teeth on the ukulele at the age of four, while living in the Philippines as a navy brat. By thirteen, he'd moved to guitar and Seattle.
Growing up in several Northwest bands during the pre-grunge years, Bryan played alongside other emerging artists such as Scott Mercado (Candlebox), Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), and members of Queensryche and Alice in Chains.
Continuing to hone his craft, he later emerged as a singer/songwriter in Los Angeles – described as an edgy poet-musician, musically rooted in folk and modern rock. He successfully released a solo album "Charming the Gods" and toured extensively.
Upon his return home to LA, Bryan started a family and a career in composing. He had many TV show placements, including “Dawson’s Creek”, “Party of Five”, “Providence”, “Grosse Point Blank”, and “D.C.”
While his main instrument continues to be acoustic and electric guitar, Bryan also plays bass, ukulele and piano. He plays Mike Lull, Nik Huber, Jeff Senn, Taylor and Collings Guitars. His ever-growing amp collection includes Divided by 13s and a hand-wired ‘73 Marshall.
In his off-hours, Bryan can be found mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, or making up new and wondrous tones with his vast assortment of guitars, pedals and amps.
Italian-born and Swiss-raised, Luciano began playing music by ear very early on before being awarded a Swiss state scholarship and going on to graduate Magna Cum Laude in Film Scoring & Songwriting from Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Relocating to Los Angeles, Luciano studied contemporary composition at Cal State Northridge, obtaining a Master of Music in Modern Classical Composition. He has since scored numerous films, including the multi-award winning underwater series “Water Colours” for National Geographic Television, “Kali Ma” and “No Asylum: The Untold Chapter of Anne Frank's Story" in collaboration with filmmaker Paula Fouce and Oscar winner Maria Florio.
A classical music background, love for rock/pop and a passion for new musical sonorities enable him to effectively compose and orchestrate to picture, capturing the essence of a film with a tailor-made and emotive score. His instruments include piano, keys and accordion. He is also fluent in English, Italian and German.
When he isn't composing at the piano or in the studio, Luc continues to compose while biking, running, playing video games or just shopping. This is a result of the 'musician's curse,' whereby half of his brain is constantly analyzing background music and noticing, shifting and rearranging everyday noise into music.