Brandon makes films and mixed media artworks

With a subtle minimalist approach, he creates works in which a fascination with the clarity of content and an attitude towards conceptual and minimal art can be found. His films directly respond to the surrounding environment and uses everyday experiences as a starting point. Often these are framed instances that would go unnoticed in their original context. He tries to approach a wide scale of subjects in a multi-layered way, likes to involve the viewer in a way that is sometimes physical. He tries to develop forms that do not follow logical criteria, but are based only on subjective associations, which incite the viewer to make new personal associations. Brandon was a winner in the Stetson University Film Festival, 2007.


Brandon is currently the Director of Educational & Informational Technology at the Henderson International School in Henderson, NV, 2014 - Present.

He is a certified mac and iOS technician, google educator and active member of many educational and informational technology organizations.  He develops technology curriculum, provides professional development and training for faculty, manages school networks and systems, is the student information system lead and serves as a member of the school leadership team.  He can also often be found in the classroom teaching elective courses in subjects such as 3D modeling and drone design.


Brandon learned of his love for music at the age of 9

This interest ultimately led him to pursue both a Bachelor or Music degree in Clarinet Performance and Digital Arts from Stetson University.  While studying music at Stetson he also worked as a sound engineer recording and editing live performances.

In his senior year of studies, he had the honor of performing Debussy's Premiere Rhapsodie for Clarinet and Orchestra with the Stetson University Orchestra as the winner of the annual Concerto Competition, 2008.  Brandon went on to study clarinet performance at DePaul University and continues to play and teach lessons privately to this day.