Brandon began his training at the Oklahoma City Ballet Conservatory. Graduating with honors, he received his B.F.A. in Dance Performance on scholarship from the University of Central Oklahoma. His pre-professional experience includes R.A.C.E. Dance Company and UCO Kaleidoscope Dance Company. Upon graduation, Brandon attended the American Dance Festival School in Raleigh/Durham, NC where he was selected for the 2011 Past/Forward Gala to perform Twyla Tharp’s “Sweet Fields.” In 2012, he was selected for the River North Dance Chicago Summer Apprenticeship Program under the direction of Frank Chavez. He was a company member with the Modern American Dance Company from 2011 – 2016 as well as a member of the Ensemble in Fiddler on the Roof at the Municipal Theatre Association of St. Louis in 2016. His choreography has been presented at the University of Missouri St. Louis, the University of Central Oklahoma, Florida Atlantic University, the American College Dance Festival, the Oklahoma Contemporary Dance Festival, the St. Louis Arts Alliance, the American Dance Troupe, The Big Muddy Convergence Trainee Program, and MADCO. He is also the Color Guard Director at Parkway Central High School as well as a Visual Consultant for Rockwood Summit High School. Brandon is in his second season with the Big Muddy Dance Company and recently joined the Ensemble in The Wizard of Oz presented by Variety Children’s Theatre.
B.F.A. Dance Performance
ATEM CPR Certified
High intensity cardio followed by full body conditioning using a variance of apparatus.
Favorite time of day to work out:
Mornings are for the birds. You will definitely catch me in action later in the day.
Describe your ideal client/class participant:
My ideal class participant will show up and show out consistently, making every attempt to be in class every week!
What is the most important thing you would want a new client/class participant to know about you?
I am definitely a high energy instructor looking to provide every class with a fun yet rigorous experience. Never shy away from pushing yourself to the next level in order to reach your individual goals.
What is your “go to” workout song?
If by song you mean playlist, I have all the best music!