Brandon Riley

cinematographer/producer

Brandon Riley first worked with Ike Films in 2009 on the GLC video "Clockin' Lotsa Dollarz".  After forming his production company, N2ition Productions, he began taking any job he could get, working non-stop and sinking money back into the company in the form of new equipment.  In 2010, Brandon scored his first national television placement when his video for Freddie Gibbs was featured across all MTV platforms as premiere of the week.  

 

 

 

After working with Ike Films again in 2010 on the comedy/horror Kill Me Now, Brandon went on to work with top flight hip hop artists Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Jim Jones, Twista, and Lloyd.  After working his way up through music videos, commercials, and feature films, he now has a fully stocked production company complete with top of the line grip and lighting equipment and digital cinema cameras like the RED Epic, the Arri Amira, and the HDiablo Y5.  Fourteen of his music videos have played nationally on MTV, BET, CMT and VHI and his past clients include Jaguar, Land Rover, Red Bull, NASCAR, Gatorade.  His most recent work was for Robert Redford's CNN series "Chicagoland".  Brandon is currently serving as Producer and will be the Cinematographer on the Ike Films comedy feature B-Roll, shooting in July of 2014