Brian was one of those rarest of friends, a living emblem of compassion, a bibliophile and thinker, an adventurer and a wise-ass, overqualified for most work, passionately pursuing what mattered most in life. Few people ever relish their minutes in this world like he did. What an honor to count him as a dear friend, someone I respected and admired and now miss.
- Raman Frey
Brian with his incredible parents!
Brian Alan Pollack. A true friendship. A force of nature and a true human spirit. Some of my best memories are in your company. Your friend always.
- David Fahey
Brian was a light than cannot be replaced. Or extinguished, for that matter. I think a little bit of him lives in all of us. And always will. You know... in storytelling, it's all about the hero's journey. How they transform. Except in one case. We call that hero the "travelling angel." A character that rides into towns and fixes all the broken parts, all the broken people, then rides off into the sunset never to be seen again.
I think Brian was a bit of that. A travelling angel. At least that's how I like to remember him." - Michael Lucker
On top of the world
Brian and writer/producer Michael Lucker developing a children’s reading app for Lucky Dog Filmworks
Brian, you were one of the really good guys. Kind to the core, generous, encouraging, fair, hilarious, insatiably curious, adventurous, and handsome as heck.
- Amy Jordan
Brian and the boys!
Brian with his sister, Shelley
Brian's quick wit and fantastic sense of humor was infectious
Brian and his dad, Irv, whom he loved and admired so much
Brian and his big sister, Carol
Brian and his bro, John
"Best friends since we were 6 years old attending Happy Acres together. Not a day goes by that I don't think about you. I'm incredibly sad about all the things that we won't have the opportunity to experience together anymore. You left us way too soon, but I thank you for all the great memories and making me a better person."
- Jory Schunick