Brandon Gross is a Los Angeles based writer/director/producer. He is an M.A. candidate in the Counseling Psychology Program at Pacifica Graduate Institute, working towards his Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) Licensure. He is a Trainee at The Maple Counseling Center in Beverly Hills.
In 2017, Brandon directed and produced the award-winning documentary "On My Way Out: The Secret Life of Nani and Pop,” which premiered at TIFF and can now be seen on Sundance Now.
Prior to completing "On My Way Out", Brandon served as Creative Executive for YouTube’s Originals content division where he managed development and production of long form series and features. He also managed YouTube's Creator Innovation Program (CIP).
Brandon co-founded Urgent Content where he produced award winning advertising campaigns. He also produced unscripted series for Current TV and independently co-created and produced "2 Months 2 Million", a reality series on poker for G4.
Brandon is also a licensed Realtor in California as well as a Yoga Alliance certified Yoga Instructor.
Brandon earned his BA from Brown University where he concentrated in Modern Culture and Media.