Brian Nkoyooyo, also known as Brayo Bryans, is a singer-songwriter, human rights activist, and film production student at the Toronto Film School. He co-founded the Icebreakers Uganda organization and TUK, using the arts to advocate for fundamental human rights and sensitize people about social issues.
Brian's passion for music has led him to compose the Kuchu Anthem, a Ugandan LGBT movement song among other several songs and albums. Despite experiencing traumatic events while Advocating for Human rights and organizing events in Uganda, Brian fled to Canada with only a backpack and his music and artistic ideas. He believes that music, film, and art can entertain, educate, and empower people to advocate for human rights.
Brian's documentary, "Music Saved Me," tells the story of his journey as a musician and activist. He is pursuing a career in film Production, using it to create powerful narratives that can impact people's lives.
Brian's commitment to using the arts as a tool for social change showcases his dedication to promoting acceptance, understanding, and compassion.