Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Bradly Brown received his BFA in Photography from the University of North Texas in 2002. Soon after graduating, he relocated to New York, NY, where he worked as an artist, photographer, and designer for nearly a decade. In 2011, Brown returned to Texas where he received his MFA in sculpture from Texas Christian University in 2013. While in Fort Worth, Brown founded the artist collective HOMECOMING! Committee and began working as art director for the Texas-based art publication, semigloss. Magazine
Brown’s artwork has been exhibited at the Southeast Museum of Photography, Rice University, The Dallas Contemporary, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Hiroshima City University, and was included in the 2013 Berlin-Becher Triennial and the 2014 Dallas Biennial. Brown was a recipient of the Lawndale Artist Studio Program (2015-2016), the Fort Worth Weekly’s Visionary Award (2014), The Mercedes Benz Financial Service Scholarship (2013), and the Bean Distinguished Lecture Series, St. Anselm College (2008). He is currently focusing most of his time working as Galley Curator, and Professor of Art at San Jacinto College’s South Campus, in Houston, TX., making art and playing board games.