Bryce is pop-culture savant with a heart of gold (and a slight case of OCD when it comes to grammar). He brings his extensive experience in social media marketing, a penchant for wordsmithery, and a never-ending stream of inventive concepts to the table in his role as Creative Strategist here at iSL. In the past, he has worked with clients ranging from Saturday Night Live to the NFL Player’s Association and is able to deftly maneuver the often-precarious terrain of the digital marketing landscape.
He is a proud D.C. native (shout out to Sibley Hospital), though he did spend four wonderful years at Boston College learning interesting things about important topics. Currently, when not enjoying his beanbag-turned-desk at iSL, he can be found promoting that loud music those damn kids are listening to these days as part of the All Things Go family, running around various fields as a member of the Washington Irish Rugby Football Club, or reading graphic novels that he will eventually claim are more culturally significant than To Kill A Mockingbird.
Bryce is a fan of terrible puns, puppies, #esoterichashtags, the Green Bay Packers, Wikipedia, and delicious beverages. He hopes that you found this bio entertaining, whimsical, and yet relevant, with an underlying revisionist conceit that bullied the post’s emotional attachment to the subject matter…and that you recognized his paraphrasing of an obscure quote from Wayne’s World.