In over 22 years working as a DP, Brant has continued to refine his work in the art of visual storytelling. Most recently, he directed, shot, and edited The Battle of Island Mound. Commisioned by the state of Missouri, the film depicts the first-ever battle fought by African-American soldiers in the Civil War. The film is touring Missouri in state hosted events, and has won several awards in festivals, including best cinematography. Previously, several projects Brant has shot won bronze and silver Telly Awards. In February 2013, he received a Gold Addy Award for Cinematography. His first short film, The Last Legend, screened in eight film festivals nationwide, and won four awards in those festivals, including two for best cinematography. In March 2012, Brant added the RED cine camera to the toolbox, opening a new dimension in visual possibility. He earned two Emmys, and several awards from the National Press Photographers Association during his years working as a broadcast TV news photographer and editor. His work has appeared in national advertising campaigns, ABC News, The History Channel, Speed Channel, ABC's Monday Night Football, ABC's Nightline, Fox Sports, and outlets from coast to coast. From the very beginning, through today, meticulous attention to detail and a passion for visual story telling is the foundation of how Brant goes about his craft.