Britt Bradley is an emerging photographer and an established art professional. Although trained in several photographic processes her preferred medium is Wet Plate Collodion. Featured in several group exhibitions for the San Francisco Arts Commission, Center for Photographic Arts, Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts and Seattle Erotic Arts Festival. Having worked as a collection Registrar for art institutions including the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, the Oakland Museum of California and currently the Hawthorne Gallery, Bradley has had the opportunity to work with collections from some of the worlds most renowned photographers. She studied photography with Nigel Poor and Douglas Dertinger at Sacramento State University and received a degree in photography. She studied wet plate collodion with France Scully Osterman in Rochester, New York. Bradley lives in Pacific Grove, California.
My Father’s Daughter is the most recent project of photographer Britt Bradley. Through self-reflection, of a life long struggle with body image issues, Bradley explores the roles identity, depression, sexuality and trauma play in physical self-acceptance. Making use of self-portraiture and post-production image manipulation Bradley works to connect with and recognize a body she has never felt secure or safe in. The project speaks both to the personal experience of the artist and to the struggle many queer people experience in reconciling physical identity and personal trauma. My Father’s Daughter is an exploration of the thin veil between perception and distortion.