About 

    Brandon Miller is a meteorologist and supervising weather producer for CNN International, responsible for managing CNN's World Weather Department. Brandon began his career at CNN in 2003 as an intern with CNN Weather, while still an undergraduate at Georgia Tech. After completing his Masters Degree in Earth and Atmospheric Science at Georgia Tech, Brandon stayed with CNN in Atlanta and joined the World Weather Department in 2008.

    Brandon guided CNN's award-winning coverage of Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, as well as the 2011 devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. After years of covering countless extreme weather events around the globe and seeing first hand the fingerprint of climate change, he became passionate about communicating the urgent risks associated with continued warming of the planet. Brandon headed the CNN International initiative "Living with Climate Change," which included covering the major IPCC climate reports in 2013 and 2014 on CNN, CNN International, and on CNN.com.

    When Brandon is not covering the weather, he likes to be out in it, playing golf or spending time outdoors with his family. You might also find him on a small rural road in Oklahoma, trying to catch a not-too-close view of a tornado.