Brandon is a designer, composer, audio engineer, and educator originally from the midwest and currently based in North Carolina. He is the resident sound designer and audio engineer for PlayMakers Repertory Company.
His theatrical credits include productions with PlayMakers Repertory Company, American Players Theatre, Cape Fear Regional Theatre, Cardinal Stage Company, Chautauqua Theater Company, Adirondack Theatre Festival, Lake Dillon Theatre Company, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, Bristol Valley Theater, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Ball State University, amongst others. Dance credits include collaborations with choreographers Charles Maybee, Momar Ndiaye, Sara Hook, and Nia Love.
In 2019, he was the winner of the prestigious USITT Robert Cohen Sound Achievement Award. He has also received several nominations for his design work such as a BroadwayWorld Nomination for his work on No Fear and Blues Long Gone: Nina Simone, which helped raised money to preserve Nina's home. He was also nominated for a Joesph Jefferson Award in 2016 for his work on Congo Square Theatre's A Small Oak Tree Runs Red. He is an active member of the Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association (TSDCA); and is a part of USITT's Early Career Member program. He holds an MFA in Sound Design & Technology from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a BS from Ball State University
In addition to his work in sound design, Brandon is an active lover of music, and recording. In his spare time he enjoys writing music, mixing musical projects, and recording voice overs. He hopes to one day own a dog, but for now has settled for a collection of audio equipment and video games.