Brandon Kramer

Brandon is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, media arts educator, and co-founder of DC-based production company  Meridian Hill Pictures. Brandon is the executive producer of  Life as a Collage (2011) and Doing it for Me (2013) — both created through the Meridian Hill Pictures/Sitar Arts Center Youth Documentary Program; director of Porchfest (2012); and co-producer of Voices From Within (2015). Brandon has produced videos for local and national nonprofit organizations including the International Baccalaureate Organization, AARP Foundation, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and Washington Area Bicyclist Association, and National Park Service. Brandon has served as a reviewer for the President’s Committee on the Arts & Humanities National Youth Program Awards, the highest honor in the country for after school youth arts programs, and is a current DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities Individual Arts Fellow. Brandon holds a Bachelor’s degree in Film Production and Cultural Anthropology from Boston University.