Brandon received his Bachelors of Architecture degree with honors from the Pratt Institute School of Architecture in 2014. While at Pratt he served as a teaching advisor in both core design studios and architectural installation-based studios. Several of his projects were archived and published in the annual Pratt Institute InProcess publication. Brandon’s project Shishi:Urban Manufacturing and Hybrid Typologies was featured as a distinguished project and reviewed by a selected panel of jurors at Pratt Institute in 2012.
Brandon initially found work at form-ula, a research based architecture firm, developing and prototyping dynamic and responsive façade systems as well as evaluating their impact on building efficiencies. At De-Spec Inc. he focused on a wide range of interior projects across several phases of completion including bars, residences, offices, and apartment renovations. He has also worked at Hollwich Kushner (HWKN), becoming a key member on multiple projects varying in scale and function – from private residences to expansive cultural projects. Most recently, he was contributed to Journal Squared, the tallest residential high-rise in New Jersey, aimed to rejuvenate and revitalize the surrounding Jersey City area.
Brandon maintains that architecture and design have connections deeply rooted in our everyday routines. Architecture has the power to shape intricate experiences and crystallize those moments that we interface with any single person or building. It is there that the architect works to perfect their craft.
Brandon joined DXA in 2017.