Guinness World Record Holder and World Record Event Producer

Current Guinness World Record Holder and former 5 Time World Record Holder can produce your new record breaking event

GUINNESS WORLD RECORD PRODUCER


Brian produced spectacular and entertaining international corporate events when setting his latest new Guinness World Record.  He is now a specialist producer of events for international corporate clients which culminate in a Guinness World Record attempt.  Events are held to either break existing records or to set new ones, and are specifically devised, custom made events for each client.

Brian is a current Guinness World Record Holder and has held 5 world records in balance, fire, stunts and the martial arts.

Brian produces spectacular and memorable events for Corporations, Event Production Companies and Charities; which are also powerful marketing and motivational team building experiences.  He uses his wealth of experience as a personal World Record Holder, combined with his visual expertise and dramatic flair gained from the TV and Film industry.

Guinness World Record for Plate Spinning

Brian produced, and set, a new Guinness World Record in Cadiz, Spain, as part of the launch event for the Eli Lilly medication, Cymbalta.  The mass participation record was for spinning 398 plates for 10 seconds.

World Record-Breaking Tai Chi Event

Reverting back to a martial arts theme, Brian produced a World Record-Breaking Tai Chi event for the largest number of people in an hour long coordinated class, with 551 people in a single group.

PERSONAL WORLD RECORDS



Brian has held a total of 5 World Records during his lifetime to date.

His 1st personal World Record was set in 1987 in the martial arts discipline of speed breaking 105 regulation blocks; this was done as part of the BBC’s Children in Need charity TV event programme.  Once this record was broken, Brian then made another successful attempt at the same world record, again for the BBC’s Children in Need charity event TV programme in 1989, this time breaking 127 regulation blocks in one minute.

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