Brannon Purvis is a self-taught artist whose medium is predominantly oil on canvas. His creative talents also extend into the realm of exotic clay sculptures, airbrush designs, and intricate graphite pencil works that defy imagination. His style has been described as "high-tech-tribal", "sci-fi", and "deep abstract". Keeping an open mind to different styles and techniques makes him diverse as an artist, and his breadth of work touches a wide range of people.

Chances are, you've seen Brannon's work at some of the hottest nightclubs in Miami, Atlanta, and Los Angeles. He enjoys painting live for special events, and his unique concept of entertaining nightlife with art has caught the eye of Jezebel Magazine, Universal Culture and Michael Angelides of Dojo Yakko Gallery. You can also find him at local charity benefits for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, The Georgia Conservancy's Eco Benefête, and Brian Vahaly's Brighter Future Foundation. His work has also been seen as the perfect backdrop for fashion shows including Ed Hardy, Whiteboy, Betsy Johnson and French Kiss.

Brannon started drawing at an early age as a form of self expression. His talents quickly expanded into sculpting and incredible oil paintings, which gives him the outlet he needs for dramatic creative expression. Much of his inspiration stems from the music he listens to while he paints, which is redirected into his work. Music arouses the emotion that plants the seed for his creations.