At age 17, Brady Westwater began his cowboy life of taming wild horses, wrestling five continents of street fighters, retrieving stolen airplanes from South America and guarding Columbian emeralds from bandits – all of which prepared him for his present job of curating Downtown Los Angeles.

After working in the Holy Trinity of LA - film, TV & real estate, Westwater moved Downtown and helped start the Downtown LA Neighborhood Council, Gallery Row, Downtown Fashion Week, the Art & Fashion Walks while working on civic planning projects from the Police Headquarters to the Park 101 Freeway Cap and recruiting 50 businesses and non-profits to Downtown.

Today's goals are reopening Broadway theaters, a Los Angeles Museum and finishing a novel, his memoirs and the book '101 Ways to Save Los Angeles.' He blogs at www.lacowboy.blogspot.com & www.downtownfashionwalk.blogspot.com.