Brady Wilks


1980 –


Who is Brady Wilks?

Brady Wilks is a photographer from the United States best known for his alternative process landscapes. He works in historical and alternative photographic processes including acrylic gel lift / transfers and wet plate collodion process negatives, ambrotypes, and ferrotype.

Wilks attended Art Institute of Pittsburgh earning a bachelor's, and the Academy of Art University San Francisco finishing a Master's of Fine Arts in Photography.

"Brady Wilks is a fine art photographer, print maker, and professor of photography. Currently showing work in galleries, selling prints, writing how-to articles, teaching college darkroom and alternative process courses and workshops in the greater D.C. area. His work has been shown in galleries in the United States with a current focus on the mid-atlantic coast including Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia. He was juried into the Torpedo Factory Art Center of Alexandria Virginia as an associate artist.

In 2008, Wilks moved from southern California to the Mid Atlantic coast living outside of Washington D.C. in Maryland. He currently works as an artist and educator focusing on alternative and historical photographic processes.

In 2009, he started teaching college level darkroom courses as an adjunct professor at Frederick Community College while earning his MFA.

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Jun 3, 1980

on July 23, 2013


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