Bradley Peters, Untitled (boys throwing light)
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Bradley Peters

Untitled (boys throwing light), New Haven, Connecticut, 2008
Website - BradleyPeters.com

Bradley Peters received his B.A. in Art and Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and his M.F.A. in Photography from the Yale University School of Art. His work is part of many public and private collections internationally and has been included in numerous publications on the subject of photography. He was awarded the Richard Benson Prize For Excellence in Photography in 2008 and his teaching resume includes Southeast Community College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Concordia University. He is also an occasional contributor for Bloomberg Buisnessweek Magazine. He currently lives in Lincoln with his wife and two sons.

Posted on Friday, November 28, 2008.

 

 

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