Bryn is the co-founder of RYOT.org, the first news site that links every story to an action. Bryn was named one of Esquire Magazine’s “2012 Americans of the Year” for his work in Haiti. As Country Director for Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ), Bryn helped build APJ’s secondary school in Port-au-Prince, which now educates 1,400 Haitian youth per year. APJ is a celebrity-backed organization providing education to the very poor in Haiti. Before working in Haiti, Bryn served in the Peace Corps in West Africa and hitchhiked from Bangkok to Berlin. Bryn is also an award-winning film maker. His latest documentary, Rider And The Storm, is premiered in April in New York City, his third consecutive world premiere at TriBeCa Film Festival. Bryn grew up in Los Angeles, New York City and Zimbabwe and speaks Creole, Mandinka and parts of several other African languages. In his spare time, he plays bass and saxophone in the London-based band Proud Mary.