Brian Feeney was born in August of 1979 to American parents stationed at the Yakota Air Force Base in Tokyo, Japan. With a father in the service, Brian lived all over before moving to Los Angeles in 1998 to attend USC's School of Cinema/ Television.
After graduation, he began working in Hollywood as an assistant editor before going on to cut a large number of "Behind the Scenes" documentaries for a number of major Hollywood releases including "Night at the Museum," "Memories of a Geisha," and "Resident Evil: Afterlife."
In the horror genre, Brian is known for having co-written, edited, and directed "The Echo Game."
Most recently, Brian cut a series of short films for the US Army which will debut within the next year.
University of Southern California