24.01.2012 in22:13 in City scape, architecture -->
Brad Moore was born in 1958 in La Jolla, California. His formal education consists of a Bachelor of Science degree in art with an emphasis in photography from Loma Linda University in Riverside, California. Afterward he attended Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. While in college and for one year after graduation, he worked as a photography and darkroom instructor at Loma Linda University. He then moved on to a photofinishing instructor position at Noritsu America Corporation in Buena Park, California. While at Noritsu, he also worked as an art director and headed up the company’s advertising department.
In 1984, he started a company called Aperion, Inc. They manufactured and distributed photographic color calibration products for photo labs. For more than 20 years he worked as president of Aperion, until selling the company in 2005. While running Aperion he also operated a commercial photography studio, specializing in advertising. He has shown in numerous group exhibitions throughout 2007 to 2009, as well as a solo show at the Point of View Gallery, NYC, in September 2007. His desire always has been to focus his attention on fine art photography, an endeavor he is pursuing full time.
He has shown in numerous group exhibitions throughout the united States and has work included in numerous public and private collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.