Brandon Christopher was born in Los Angeles, CA, in 1972. He is a freelance writer, artist, journalist, documentary filmmaker and novelist, with three published books to his credit. He is also a semi-qualified private investigator and serial job hunter, with 81 various careers under his belt.
In September of 2013, The Job Pirate, a humorous collection of his 81 employment stories, was published through Bleeding Heart Publications. Prior to that, Christopher published his fiction novel Nightville in 2011, which tells the macabre story of what happens in the afterlife when Heaven and Hell are too overcrowded to accept new occupants, and Dirty Little Altar Boy in 2007, which is a comical collection of short stories about attending a Catholic junior high school in the 1980s.
“Brandon Christopher is a wise adult still in touch with the feelings and ideas of his younger self. His personified memory remembers for us and we are all the better because of him,” wrote TCM Reviews about his first novel, along with, “Hysterical and endearing,” from Unzipped Magazine and, “So twisted and good it must be read,” by Campus Circle.
As a documentary filmmaker between 2001 and 2004, Brandon Christopher wrote and/or directed the documentaries: Just for the Record: The Rolling Stones, the acclaimed 16-hour program The Definitive Elvis, The 50 Worst Movies Ever Made, Taboo: The Beginning of Erotic Cinema, Keanu Reeves: Journey to Success and TV in Black: The First 50 Years.
Selected Works in Print
- The Job Pirate, Bleeding Heart Publications, 2013
- Nightville, L&L Dreamspell Publishing, 2011
- Dirty Little Altar Boy, Ghost Pants Press, 2007 (authored as “Brandon D. Christopher)