Briscoe, always motivated and ready to fly, began circus at the prestigious National Circus School in Montreal in the PFS program when he was 11 years old. After two years he changed lanes to compete in gymnastics but returned to the National Circus School for college. In his first year he explored multiple disciplines including hand-balancing, hoop-diving, hand-to-hand, and Russian cradle. He finally chose to major in Russian cradle and minor in hand-to-hand when he teamed up with his partner Max. Their connection in attitude and work ethic was established almost instantly and allowed for the creation of a dynamic training regimen in hand-to-hand and cradle as well as banquine. With graduation just around the corner, Briscoe is excited about performing on stages around the world.