Brandon is an optimistic and driven non-profit director and community advocate for sustainability, affordability, education, and human rights.

Brandon has experience collaborating across political parties and within government ministries to affect positive policy change for LGBTQ2+ youth in BC. He believes this is crucial experience for the complex work that needs to be done on City Council in advancing equality and inclusion in Vancouver.

Brandon was born in Vancouver and has lived and worked in the region for most of his life.  For the last 4 years, he's called Kitsilano home where he rents one of Vancouver’s elusive pet-friendly apartments with his partner, Sam and their dogs. He completed his Masters in Urban Studies at SFU researching civic education and public engagement practices in the City of Surrey, and served on the City of Vancouver’s City Planning Commission from 2014 to 2016. Currently, he is the Education Director for Out On Screen

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"I hope to bring my experience and regional perspective to work on the issues and opportunities facing Vancouver today as the OneCity candidate for Vancouver City Council."

We've got work to do. Let's work together.