Bradley holds a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies degree from Carleton University. During his time at Carleton, Bradley was the recipient of multiple awards including the Azrieli Award and John E. Ruddy Architecture scholarship. His thesis focused on challenging the way we view and inhabit our cities – both on land and water, through the proposal of a pedestrian bridge supported by housing crossing Vancouver’s False Creek Inlet.
Bradley started with Christopher Simmonds Architect in 2017 as a summer Intern and rejoined the firm in 2018 full-time as an Intern Architect. He has a playful yet refined approach to design and is passionate about minimalist and contemporary design aesthetics.
As an avid fly-fisherman, Bradley spends much of his spare time exploring far and wide in search of new rivers and lakes off the beaten path.