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Brian was running towards the World Trade Center when it came down on September 11, 2001 and was the first British journalist to reach Ground Zero hours later. The descriptive first-person pieces he wrote for The Sun newspaper during the aftermath won him much admiration from fellow professionals in the media and acclaim from critics on rival newspapers.

After leaving Wellsway School in Keynsham, Bristol, at 18 to study journalism on a newspaper-run course in Cardiff, Brian began his career at the Western Gazette Weekly in Yeovil, Somerset.

He then progressed onto the Bristol Evening Post before joining an agency writing for national newspapers and finally fulfilling his lifelong ambition to become a staff reporter on The Sun, which is the largest English language newspaper in the world.

Since joining ten years ago, he has been Night News Editor and was The Sun's New York Correspondent for three and a half years, living in Manhattan until returning in early 2005 to lead the newspaper's undercover investigations.

As a news reporter, his assignments have ranged from covering a dog addicted to chewing car tyres, and taking on the world's top competitive eaters in a televised chip-eating contest, to acting as a war correspondent on the front line in the Kosovo War and working from the White House during the more recent Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts.

His masterclass enabled him to combine his love of words with his love of art, having recently completed two degrees in art history - a first class B.A. Honours degree and an M.A. with distinction - during his spare time.

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