Ep.155 Brad Moore - Catching Breaks, Working Hard, Making Friends!


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This week we are joined by our good friend Brad Moore, a commercial photographer and videographer based out of Nashville. Brad started young in the industry, his first two employers being Joe McNally and Scott Kelby no less. Brad really is one of the nicest guys in the industry, no big ego, just working hard and making influential friends along the way. Brad is still only 36, a newly married father and an awesome concert photographer on top of everything else. We chat about his career and learn some valuable lessons along the way!




More About Brad:

Brad Moore is a Nashville based music, entertainment, and commercial photographer/videographer with an amazingly strong photography background. Before launching his own career, Brad worked with some of the best in the business, learning the craft and business of photography.

Many people are familiar with Brad from his years at KelbyOne, as Scott Kelby's assistant. Assisting Scott Kelby was one of the best possible exposures to just about every facet of photography and videography.

Assisting Scott followed a couple of years assisting another world-renowned photographer, Joe McNally. While assisting Joe, Brad worked on shoots for National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, FedEx, Nikon, Golf Digest, and more.

Thanks to this rare education, Brad's skills are what you would expect coming from that kind of background - he can photograph just about anything.

Brad's clients include companies like Red Bull, Google, Walmart, FedEx, Nikon, and Dude Perfect to name just a few.

When he’s not behind a camera, he can be found working at WELD, Nashville’s premiere co-working space, devouring a cheeseburger at Husk, or hanging at the dog park with his wife and their dachshund.

As written by Steve Brazill

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