Bryant is a senior architectural technician in the New York office of HOK. Having attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, he has a strong interest in sustainability, adaptive reuse of abandoned industrial sites, and the reinvention of a city's identity through urban planning and infrastructure.
He started work at HOK on his birthday in 2002 and has been fortunate to have worked on a variety of project types ranging from college laboratories and a local museum to a major airport hub and one of the busiest train stations in the middle of Manhattan.
Bryant lives in Brooklyn, where he enjoys biking to the beach, karaoke and competitive indoor volleyball. He is currently studying for his AREs, helping design his parent's retirement house in Maryland and maintaining a balance of social activity and healthy living in a city where there is always something to do.