Bryan Edward Hill is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. After graduating New York University film school, he worked as a freelance journalist spending a great deal of time in the darker side of New York City. Excerpts from his critical essays have been published in Newsweek and D.C. Comics(Warner Books). Other work includes comics (Broken Trinity: Aftermath, Mortal Kombat). In addition to writing and directing, Bryan's been an active peer counselor for high-risk youth, those issues very prominent in his current work.
He lives between New York City and Saint Louis with his wife Evelyn.
Attended the same high school as Sarah Clarke ('24', 'Happy Endings'), Heather Goldenhersh ('The Believer') and Autumn Dornfeld ('The Undeserved').
In a climate where people try not to think about anything, having a perspective frightens a lot of people. When you act upon that perspective, all that fear turns into anger.
I've shattered a lot of things that were very important to me. Telling stories is an excellent way to put them back together.
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