Way back in the day Brandon was studying Engineering in school making AutoCAD Engineering documents. It was at Dakota High School where computer art really became an interest of Brandon’s and the start up of a carer in the computer arts. Making miniature structures of bridges out of balsa wood in the workshop was one of the hands on part of the class. But it was the structure and professional environment that started Brandon’s work ethic and basic knowledge of the idea that the computer is more precise than a line drawn on paper.
In early college Brandon went on to study Architecture in the school of Macomb College in Warren Michigan. It was more designing than Engineering and a bit more of rendering buildings and houses. After a visit to Lawrence Tech and talking to other teachers he was much more interested in the architectural renders than the codes and specs for the normal height of a window, and continued with the art side of it and left the blueprints behind…
After studying Engineering and Architecture Brandon now had a taste for digital art and not so much of the technical aspects of these careers. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in “Digital Animation and Game Design” from Ferris State University he became something he only dreamed of doing while in high school by making 3D scenes and environments on the computer.