Born and raised in San Rafael, California, Brandon Driscoll-Luttringer made his first stop motion animation film at twelve years old, breathing life into inanimate objects per the alchemy of editing.
Through non-stop experimentation, Brandon built his own brand of psychedelic spectacle by punctuating his editorial prowess with inventively sophisticated visual effects.
His approach to the award-winning documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi reveals a stark contrast - a lyrically minimalist style pervades, demonstrating the diversity of Brandon’s repertoire.
He has been editing feature films, television series, trailers, commercials, and music videos in Los Angeles since graduating from the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
He founded award winning post-production companies City Room Creative, Bonnie Brae Studio, and Ghost Town Media.