About

MISS DEMI BRANDON

Miss Demi love to write as much as she loves to read. A Southern Belle by birth and Northeasterlander by career path, she grew up on a healthy diet of books and literature. Prior to publishing her first work in 2002, Miss Demi studied languages, political science, and jazz dance, and worked in marketing and public affairs at a Beverly Hills Public Relations firm. She has authored several books, published several fashion magazines, and ghostwrote even more, including cookbooks, memoirs, and self-help books.

By 2005 Miss Demi had launched her Atlanta-based boutique publishing company Brandon Media. As editor-in-chief of RawImage and ATL Magazine, she interviewed a host of celebrities, jet-setters, fashion designers, gospel artists, comedians, playwrights, musicians, hip-hop choreographers, and politicians from Darrin Henson to Bern Nadette Stanis (Thelma-Good Times) , Christian Keyes (The Preacher’s Son), KAS, Shirley Murdock, Etterlene DeBarge, Kevin Hall, Rodney Perry (Coming 2 America), Anthony Johnson (Friday), Kenya Moore (RHOA), TJ Hemphill (Perilous Times), Trenyce (American Idol), Shan Sparks (So You Think You Can Dance, You Got Served), Kamikaze (Crooked Lettaz), and others.

She appeared on the legendary Tom Joyner Morning Show, twice, hosted an episode of a designation show featuring a major theme park, emceed a popular hair show in Atlanta, produced fashion shows, and contributed to several print and online magazines.

MISS Demi is the mother of two incredible college grads on their own career paths. She resides with her husband and best friend of 28 years somewhere in America. She is currently working on a new project and book to be release in 2021. Get ready for Deep South Done: Beyond Gumbo!