He was born in 1980 and grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico an environment which is rich in Hispanic arts and culture. Growing up he was introduced to the likes of films such as Star Wars and the monsters within Michael Jackson’s Thriller video, these helped to spark his artistic imagination. In his teens, he turned to graffiti, an influence that can still be seen in his work to this day. Brandon believes that the visual language of art has the ability to communicate beyond the confines of spoken language, it is his belief that this quality is the essence of visual arts and is the medium’s greatest strength. There have been many uses of art throughout humanity such as a tool to inform civilizations, functioning as a powerful propaganda tool with great success. When he paints, he attempts to use his artwork as a vehicle for inspiring change. He tries to ensure that each piece he creates is something that he believes in and that is worth saying and contemplating. They can often be associated with many aspects of human experience, from life’s joys, sorrows and struggles, to the mysteries of our mortal existence. He uses his time whilst processing the painting to strive to be able to understand them better and in return, to use the meaning and understanding of each painting with the intention of making himself a better individual.