Bryan was born and raised on Air Force bases across the country, and overseas. He moved to West Boylston in 2001, where he attended West Boylston Junior/Senior High School. It was here he got his first, real taste of small-town life. Later on, he moved to Burlington to study Studio Art and Psychology at the University of Vermont.
Looking back, his interest in real estate started after a family visit to a Realtor’s home when he was younger. Living in base housing in the Midwest, the family’s home and fun lifestyle mesmerized him. He knew he could have it too if he worked for it. Now, Bryan is a member of the REALTOR® Association of Central Massachusetts and is proud to be building his career with the Lamacchia Realty team.
Bryan has 10+ years of customer service, sales, and marketing experience. His most recent was a Marketing Assistant at the DCU Center. With his life and professional experiences behind him, he looks forward to championing his clients on their journey to turning their real estate dreams into a reality.
What made you want to join Lamacchia Realty?
“There’s something in the water at Lamacchia Realty. The culture is electric and it’s all genuine. The tools and training we have access to are unlike anything I’ve seen, and our clients will benefit from them as much as we will.”
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
“I have a tiny home studio that I paint in. I’ll enter my work in a gallery showing from time to time, but I mostly paint for myself now. I’m also a bit of a mystery/thriller book nerd.”
Do you have a favorite charity?
“I have two: The Humane Society and No Kid Hungry.”
What is your favorite thing about your job?
“Watching people experience a home for the first time is really satisfying. Their curiosity and excitement are contagious. You’re in for the ride, too, and I think that’s pretty fun.”
Do you have any pets?
“I have a family dog—a dachshund named Oswald.”
What are your favorite sports, and sports teams?
“I’m not a big follower of major league sports, but I love to support our local teams: Worcester Railers, Mass Pirates, Worcester Bravehearts, and now the Woo Sox!”