Robert C Brady
Robert is a photographer, filmmaker, and location scout. After working as a photojournalist in London he fled city life to live in Scotland. He works internationally, shooting portraits, lifestyle and reportage for advertising, editorial and travel. Clients include Barclays Bank, Scottish Provident, the British Council, and The Sunday Telegraph. His current assignment for Forestry Commission Scotland brings together his passion for the outdoors, with his ability to work across many genres and produce enthralling images. Robert uses still and moving imagery for his long-term personal projects, both in the UK and USA, finding and telling visual stories of people that heal and enlighten.
Robert is the SIXTEEN story teller. He captures the collaborative spirit of the ambitious project, filming moments in the creation and process of producing it. Craig Easton is featured on the road in the Outer Hebrides meeting sixteen-year old Stephanie and her mother, Sophie Gerrard and Callum are represented working together in Edinburgh, Roy Mehta is seen editing his portraits of London teenagers, and Anne Braybon and Liz Wewiora are introduced selecting images with Craig Easton for the Manchester exhibitions.