Growing up in a middle class family, Brian always wanted to be the one to leave a legacy for his family. Showing strong entrepreneurial and acting skills, Brian had his first business venture at just 14 with a YouTube show. After selling the rights to a corporation, Brian used the funds to start High Life Society Records, which later developed into a larger multi-media entertainment company, this was at 17. Brian enlisted into the Canadian Armed forces as a Combat Infantryman. After 2 years in the Service, he was invited to JTF2 try-outs, which he later completed but declined to join. After discharging from the Armed Forces at 21, Brian founded High Life Society Security, which was part of the bigger High Life Society Holdings group. Although being the CEO, he liked doing contracts as well, and had accepted one in Chernarus. While at the airport, the infection started.