Credentials: About Brad
Bradley Stevens has performed in over 25 short films and 2 feature films, and for a period of 3 years was represented by one of Australia's top acting agents. In 2012, Brad was awarded ‘Best Actor‘ from the 10th Angry Film Festival for his performance in film ‘S*** Happens‘. Two films that Bradley stars in, ‘The Debt‘ and ‘Bystander‘, both were nominated for best film at the 2011 WA Screen Awards; the latter co-produced by actress Jess De Gouw (Arrow, Dracula, Underground) taking the prize.
Three films Brad performs in have screened at FlickerFest, Australia’s only Academy Award Accredited Short Film Festival, including ‘Polarised’ which sees him performing opposite Olivia DeJonge, the star of M. Night Shyamalan’s film 'The Visit'; and ‘Carton’ directed by the multi-award winning Maziar Lahooti. Brad has a Diploma in Screen Performance from the Film & Television Institute Fremantle and a Bachelor's Degree in Arts & Performance Studies from Curtin University.
Brad was associate producer, casting assistant, story development assistant, composer and actor in Micro Budget feature film 'Lonely', produced in 2011. He also produced, wrote, directed, performed in, edited and did the sound design for short film 'Cacophony', nominated for Best Sound in the 2016 Rode Reel Competition. He co-wrote and performed in 'The Deal', an episode of the 'Bench' series with upcoming screenings at two film festivals.
Whilst developing Micro Budget Film School, Brad is currently employed at Sydney BridgeClimb as the lead videographer for the in-house video production team, and as a Media Climb Leader. This sees him supervising and working with video crews that wish to shoot at heights on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Brad also shoots a weekly marketing segment used for promotions by the company.