Emmy nominated editor Brandon Porter has been working in advertising and film for the past 14 years. After graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Film and Photography, he started his career as an assistant editor in Atlanta before quickly making the jump to Los Angeles in 2008. He soon landed at a highly revered post house, where he became a much sought-after editor cutting campaigns for Adidas, Lexus, GMC, Nintendo, Nike, EA Sports, BMW and Toyota to name a few. Brandon has also cut several award-winning short films, including “Black Boy Joy”, which won him an NAACP Image Award in 2021. This led him to his first series work on the Steven Soderbergh thriller ‘Wireless’. Brandon is now a partner at the award-winning Nomad Editing Co., where he continues honing his craft across both advertising and long form mediums.