Marvin Bryson was born into a military family that settled in the Washington, DC area when he was a 11 years old. He spent his formative years and early adult life in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area affectionately known as the DMV by its residents. A scholarship athlete and musician, Bryson eventually settled on a practical profession in the information technology field.
After working to help resolve the Y2K problem, Bryson made the fateful decision to apply his technical skills in a more creative way, study film editing, and change careers. His film studies led to a Hollywood career working in postproduction on programming for ABC, TLC, and Lifetime among others; and most notably a five-season run on NBC’s historic “Law & Order” series.
Bryson has since returned to the DMV area where he is working as a consulting-producer, screenwriter, and author.