About this Artist
Brandon Mathis is a Los Angeles native who has always had a strong affinity for movement. He began his formal training at the age of 18 after enrolling in Loyola Marymount University. He completed his time at LMU in the Spring of 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. During his schooling, Brandon had the honor to perform and take part in a documentary film of the historic work “D-Man in The Waters” by Bill T. Jones Dance Company, restaged by Rosalynde Loo. Since graduating, Brandon has well situated himself in the commercial industry, working with performing artists such as Beyoncé and Solange Knowles, Saro, Rita Ora, Shaun Ross, Kesha, and many others. In addition to this, he has also been able to utilize his movement ability in ad and print campaigns with the likes of major brands such as Footlocker/Nike, GAP, Adidas, Uniqlo, and more. In the personal realm of his craft, Brandon is a member of the L.A.-based performance collective “No)One. Art House.” The collective focuses on site-specific work that breaks the traditional mold of concert dance by immersing the audience in each movement experience. Overall, Brandon seeks to focus on and continue taking part in work that not only inspires him, but also propels him in his own creative endeavors as he gears up to release his own choreographic works through a series entitled Sil-(o)h, the work in progress.