Born in Port Townsend, Washington, he spent his formative years playing and working in his parents bronze foundry and machine shop. There he learned multiple skills, and developed a passion for sculpture and design.
After high school, for a number of years, he ran a metal fabrication and machine shop in Seattle. In 2001 he headed to Southern California to study environmental design at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. Upon returning to the Pacific Northwest after school, he designed and built a concrete, steel, and glass home, studio, and gallery, where Perhacs Studio was based for over 12 years. In March of 2018 he moved his office and studio to Los Angeles.
Over the years, his interests and creative passions have spanned the gamut from industrial design to lighting, sculpture, jewelry, packaging design, furniture, architecture, and interior design.
Brandon’s designs have been featured in design stores and museums around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in NYC, and the Red Dot Design Museum in Singapore.
He also has a fondness for rust, concrete, hot rolled steel, Turrell, Rilke, the desert, cheap beer, expensive whiskey, cats, and extremely spicy food.