After graduating from Belmont in 2006, Brandon spent over three years working as a production coordinator and assistant engineer for Blake Chancey, working with artists such as Montgomery Gentry, Kellie Pickler, and Gretchen Wilson. During that time, he also worked at Chancey’s RPM Music Group, managing the publishing Catalog and serving as the in-house engineer.
Since 2010, Brandon has been producing and engineering independently, recording and developing acts in the Christian and Pop-Rock markets. Pulling from his experiences in production and publishing, Brandon can offer production and development services to artists and songwriters on a variety of levels.
“Some artists that I work with are one good recording from being label-ready, some just want to make a record that serves their independent career, and others are just at the stage of figuring out exactly who they are and what they want to say. I love to come alongside artists and help them take that next step, whether its helping them develop their song writing, to setting them up with a management or distribution partnership.”
Brandon also won a Grammy in 2016 for recording and mixing The Farifield Four's Still Rockin' My Soul (Best Album, Roots Gospel), which has been his second Grammy nomination.
Some of Brandon’s work includes production and arrangement on Jessa Anderson’s “Not Myself Anymore” (BEC/EMI CMG), writing on Royal Tailor’s Grammy Nominated “Black and White” (Provident/Sony), and development with Nashville based pop-rock act, The CO.