Prior to joining Sensory Interactive’s Austin office, Brandon worked in Boston as an architect and design computation leader on various projects in healthcare and higher education. His experience includes design team coordination, design documentation, and the coordination of user group meetings that synthesize client needs. As a design computation leader, Brandon uses his knowledge of computer software to develop analytic data-driven tools for efficiency, rapid prototyping, and the creation of novel design solutions to merge digital and physical experiences.
In addition, Brandon taught as a faculty member at the Boston Architectural College, teaching design studios and professional practice courses.
Brandon received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his graduate degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. His graduate thesis, entitled “Neural Proxies: Designing Environments that can Heal” was published in the collection of essays “Making Sense: Beauty, Creativity, and Healing.”