Born and raised in Austin, TX, Brandon studied Creative Writing at Texas State University and earned certifications in Film Production Technology and Film Production Management at Austin Community College.
In the summer of 2020, Brandon published horror anthology, "Fragments of Nightmares," and produced the horror short, "Sedalia." Currently, Brandon is working on a new novel and film.
For information on where to purchase "Fragments of Nightmares," please visit: www.tourbillionfilms.com.
  • Producer (1 Credit)
    SEDALIA2020
    Short
  • Writer (1 Credit)
    SEDALIA2020
    Short
  • Director (1 Credit)
    SEDALIA2020
    Short
Official Selection (2021)
SEDALIA
South Texas International Film Festival (STXIFF)
Edinburg, TX
2022
Official Selection (2021)
SEDALIA
Infinity Film Festival
London, United Kingdom
2021
Official Selection (2021)
SEDALIA
Dead Northern Horror Film Festival
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
2021
Official Selection (2021)
SEDALIA
Tucson Terrorfest
Tucson, Arizona
2021
Official Selection (2021)
SEDALIA
Nosferatu Film Festival
London
2021
Honorable Mention (2021)
SEDALIA
ATX Short Film Showcase
Austin, TX
Finalist (2021)
SEDALIA
Austin International Art Festival
Austin, TX
Finalist (2021)
SEDALIA
Hollywood HorrorFest
Los Angeles, CA
Official Selection (2021)
SEDALIA
Fire Island Film Festival
Fire Island, NY
Official Selection (2021)
SEDALIA
Cult Movies International Film Festival
London
College
Texas State University
English Creative Writing
20082012
College
Austin Community College Northridge
Film/Video Production Technology
20142016
College
Austin Community College Northridge
Film/Video Production Management
20142016
Birth Date
September 16, 1986
Birth City
Austin
Current City
Cedar Park
Hometown
Austin, TX
Height
5'11"
Gender
Male
Ethnicity
Black
Eye Color
Brown
Zodiac Sign
Virgo
Married To
Single
Children
None
"It’s the littlest decisions that shape our lives. Stray off course by just two millimeters, and your trajectory changes; what seemed like a tiny, inconsequential decision then can become a mammoth miscalculation now."
—Darren Hardy, The Compound Effect