Playing since the age of 5, Ryan has traveled the world as an in-demand musician.
When did you start to play?
After honing his skills at Northwest School of the Arts and the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Ryan moved onward to the renowned Berklee College of Music to study music.
Tell us about some of your previous projects.
Following a successful stint in Boston and some time as a session musician in Los Angeles, he now spends most of the year touring internationally with Brit Floyd as a multi-instrumentalist while still completing sessions and working on his own music in his spare time. Ryan has released 5 projects as a band leader. He’s also completed over 100 recordings as a sideman, and is an active composer, arranger and producer with many of his works being performed or receiving airplay and live performance on nearly every continent
What gear do you tour with?
Ryan exclusively uses P. Mauriat Saxophones, Theo Wanne Mouthpieces, Latin Percussion (LP), EBS Bass Amplification, Legere Reeds, Godin and Seagull Guitars, BG Ligatures and Accessories, Neotech Straps, Key Leaves, Terra Teas, and Go Pro Cameras.