Brad has had plenty of handheld camera experience and has a knack for finding interesting angles and approaches. Never afraid to work his way through the crowd or along the edge of the stage to find the sweet spots when documenting live performances, Brad is an active, empathic videographer. He learned the art of composition from very hip instructors at the ECCAD photography, film/video and animations departments.
Here are some clips of some live documentation.
For Cannafest, B-Rad was operating the lower camera at stage left (on the left (or right) side of a stage from the point of view of a performer facing the audience). RodBlack/Cannafest2017
B-Rad is doing the onstage and sidestage camera-work for Industry Night at the Vancouver Media Club in 2014..
Sample of Camera-work
Brad has directed and shot a promotional film for his father’s book/screenplay, now titled “The Master’s Game”. Here is a link to stills from the film with the earlty working title “Log Book: an Allegorical Odyssey”.
He and fellow Art School collaborator- Justin Howard created “Opto-trist”, an experimental film using multiple animation techniques. Here are stills from the work in progress. “Opto-trist”