Brandon Lori is a multi-platform designer and creative director.
He has partnered with entertainment brands such as Comedy Central, Complex Networks, and Nickelodeon to create noteworthy campaigns for some of television's biggest shows, such as South Park, The Daily Show, and Broad City.
His work spans on-air design, channel branding, launch spots, brand image, stunts, trailers, teasers, key art, OOH advertising, and branded social content. This includes work for television specials and events, like the Comedy Central Roast, Primetime Emmy’s, and Nickelodeon HALO Awards.
A native of Pittsburgh, Brandon grew up with a love for pop-culture. After studying at the School of Visual Arts, Brandon worked with a number of design studios, for clients like Amazon, 2K Games, BET, and DirectTV.
Brandon serves as a member, volunteer, and contributor to leading industry organizations including the AIGA, Art Directors Club, and The Animation Project. In 2016, he was selected as one of 35 creatives to take part in an executive leadership program with the AIGA and Yale. Since 2018, he has been a Mentor with The Animation Project (TAP), a non-profit supporting underserved youth by teaching design and animation as both art therapy and workforce development. Brandon has written extensively for the venerable industry website, Motionographer.com, a site curating world-class work from across the globe. He currently lives in New York City.