Brandon Williams was born in Easton, PA with a passion for art. While pursuing art academically, his interests in precise drawing, attention to detail, and processes, led him to printmaking. He enjoys the diversity of the medium along with its challenging technical difficulties and surprising results. He specializes specifically in intaglio where he creates prints with contemporary techniques, approaches, and imagery focusing on the competition between the built environment and the natural environment.

He received his BFA from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 2013, and his MFA from Kansas State University in 2017. He has held previous teaching positions at Kansas State University and Oklahoma State University. Currently, Brandon is an Assistant Professor of Art in Printmaking/Studio Art at Belmont University in Nashville, TN.

His prints have been shown nationally and internationally in both invitational and competitive juried exhibitions. Some works have been published, won awards, and are in permanent and private collections. He continues to make prints to this day. You can view more at and meet him in person at a conference or in the studio where he spends his free time.