Brian has represented the residents of South & West Quincy (Ward Four) since 2010. He has chaired the Council's Oversight and Public Safety Committees. His focus has always been on the delivery of basic City services to residents, and being their guy at City Hall when they have an issue or need something done.
A graduate of UMass Amherst and New England Law, Brian is a former state and local prosecutor and special deputy sheriff. He most recently served as a Special Assistant District Attorney from 2011 to 2019 in Norfolk County. Brian is a small business owner with a law practice in Quincy Center focusing on civil, criminal, and real estate matters.
Brian is proud of the more than 100 pieces of legislation he has authored, supported, or ushered to passage. Most notably, expanding the City's anti-discrimination ordinance to include gender identity, zoning reform, funding for the Southwest Middle School and Kincaide Park, and residential tax reductions. He is an advocate for affordable housing and ensuring that new development benefits existing residents of the City.
When Brian's grandparents were first married they chose chosen to start their family, exactly 50 years later Brian and his wife Alison did the same. Brian and Alison, a public elementary school teacher and artist, and their two children Violet and Michael live in West Quincy. They enjoy hiking in the Blue Hills and Faxon Park and going for walks around the neighborhood.