Brad Moore, Rose Room
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Brad Moore

Rose Room, Orange County, Tustin, California, 2008
Website - BradMoore.com

Brad Moore was born in La Jolla, California. He received a Bachelor degree in photography from Loma Linda University, Riverside, California. He later attended Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. He worked as a photography instructor at Loma Linda University and later taught photofinishing at Noritsu Corporation. In 1984, he started Aperion, Inc., a company manufacturing color calibration products for photo labs. He sold Aperion, in 2005, and now concentrates on fine art photography. He has shown in numerous exhibitions from 2006 to present, and is represented by Fahey/Klein Gallery in LA and KLOMPCHING Gallery in NY.

Posted on Tuesday, July 21, 2009.

 

 

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