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Brandon Esten


Brandon Esten was born to Jan Perry Esten and Ann Loretta Esten (née Lynch) in Southern California. Being that his father was an aerospace engineer, Brandon spent his childhood moving several times around the Midwest. During high school, he became involved in the local community cable station where he learned about documentary style production and ... See full bio »
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