Armando Gómez Brydson was born in Camagüey, Cuba, and studied at the Vicentina de la Torre Academy of Arts. He began his career as a dancer with Endedans Contemporary Ballet. In 2017-2018, he was part of Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba, and later joined Malpaso Dance Company. Throughout his career, he has worked with choreographers, including Tania Vergara, Maura Morales, Jens Bjerregaard, Pedro Ruiz, and Elizabeth Roxas-Dobrish. During his time with Malpaso, he collaborated with the artistic director Osnel Delgado, as well as choreographers such as Beatriz García, Aszure Barton, Robyn Mineko Williams, Florian Lochner and Alice Klock (Flock), Iratxe Ansa and Igor Bacovich (Metamorphosis), and Ohad Naharin. Armando has also performed works by Ronald K. Brown and Merce Cunningham. He participated in the XXVII International Ballet Festival of Miami by presenting an original work of his own creation. He performed as a guest artist with companies such as Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami, and Zest Collective. In addition, he created a work for Santa Fe College and served as the choreographic assistant in the creation of En Camino for Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami.