Having dedicated the last 30 years of his life to his love of painting, Bradley considers himself a lucky man to do what he loves. A graduate of the Art Center College of Design, he married Cynthia Watts Clark, a classmate, and the two began their exciting journey together in NYC. Establishing their careers and family, the couple later relocated to the Hudson Valley to raise their three children and now split their time between Salt Lake City and the San Francisco Bay Area.

A traditional watercolor painter, Bradley’s stylish illustrations pay tribute to a sumptuous retro aesthetic. Architectural renderings, holiday images, and plein air landscapes feel at home in venues as diverse as books, packaging, licensing, and advertising. When he isn’t busy painting for assignments, Bradley pursues his love of travel and paints plein air to capture-the-moment in amazing places. His other passion is choral music, having sung in Carnegie Hall with Cecilia Chorus of New York, in Utah with The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Utah Symphony Chorus, Utah Chamber Artists, and in California with The Choral Project.