Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
Brad Feinknopf has been shooting architecture and commercial related images for over 25 years. Brad comes from a long line of architects and therefore has spent a lifetime looking at architecture. He received a degree in Design from Cornell University but picked up photography as a junior and it became his passion. After Cornell, Brad spent several years in New York City assisting for such notable photographers as Richard Avedon, Robert Mapplethorpe, Arnold Newman, Horst, Joyce Tenneson and others. In 1988, Brad moved to Columbus, Ohio, making it his home base. Brad’s images have been published worldwide and over his career has done a wide variety of work for many of the world’s well-known architects and designers. Brad was recently selected by ArchDaily as one of the Top 13 Architectural Photographer in the World to Follow.