CREATIVE DIRECTOR & PRODUCER
Brandon Adams was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, where he spent his childhood studying vocal performance. Eventually, he would discover movement through joining a show choir, quickly replacing his enjoyment of voice to a brewing passion for dance. He went on to study in a collegiate pre–professional vocal and dance ensemble in Gillette, Wyoming — where he discovered technical dance training. During Brandon's time spent in Wyoming he began to work as the production manager for the musical theater ensemble, eventually guiding him into a unknown passion for live-event production. After this discovery he then transferred to The Ohio State University in Autumn of 2013, and was accepted into the dance program in Spring of 2014, with a focus in production. Brandon is currently in his fourth-year as a dance major at The Ohio State University, pursuing a Bachelor Of Fine Arts Degree. Since studying at OSU Brandon has had the opportunity to perform under the direction of Stephen Koplowitz (Sullivant’s Travels) , Tine Salling (The Steadfast Tinder Soldier) , Tammy Carrasco (Unit Of Measure) , Quilan Arnold (Primitive Drive) , BB Miller's final OSU work (Sel Fou!) and perform Bill T. Jones’ (Fever Swamp). In his four-years at OSU he has also been able to work as the stage manager for the OSU Department of Dance’s largest annual production, Dance Downtown: Stage manage Columbus-based dance companies Movement Afoot and Tony Calucci's Dance Extensions: Tour as production manager for Columbus-based comedian Robbert Post: Organize a master class with Emmy nominated So You Think You Can Dance Judge & mentor, Travis Wall: Work and assist with lighting and sound for large scale tours including, Justin Bieber, Sam Smith, One Direction, and Cirque Du Soleil — along with several other student and community based work with lighting and sound design.