Amanda Bradley is a Belizean American artist and curator based in Miami, Florida. She received a BFA in Photography from New world School of the Arts. Her photographic work explores place and landscape as a means to connect and understand identity, belonging, histories, and relationships. Selected solo exhibitions include The land remembers the flood at FAR Contemporary Gallery, Ft Lauderdale, Florida (2021), From One Sea at Mt Sinai Medical Center, Miami, Florida (2021), Further than Memory, Intimate Distances at Artmedia Gallery, Miami, Florida (2019). Selected group exhibitions include BluPrint at Bridge Red Studios, North Miami, FL (2022), A Meeting Place for Women in Photography in Miami at Women Photographers International Archive, Miami, FL, (2021) Work from Home at the Bass Museum of Art, Miami, Florida (2020), Notices in a Mutable Terrain at Fundacion Pablo Atchugarry, Miami, Florida (2019), It will never become quite familiar to you at Oolite Arts, Miami, Florida 2019, amongst others. Bradley was a WOPHA artist in residence at Faena Art in 2020 and participated in the Home +Away residency at Atlantic Center for the Arts with Oolite Arts in 2019. She was a resident artist at Bakehouse Art Complex from 2018 – 2020 and is a two-time Suncoast Regional Emmy award winner for her work on the films “Sasha Wortzel: Mining the Gaps” and “1402: Pork & Bean Blue.”

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