New Orleans, LA
Garrett Bradley was born and raised in New York City. Her Academy Award-nominated documentary Time (2020) was nominated for over 57 awards and won 20 times, including a 2020 Peabody Award, and becoming the first Black female director to win Best Director at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Previously, Bradley was honored with the Jury Prize for her short documentary film Alone (2017) which was produced and distributed by The New York Times OpDocs.
Garrett Bradley uses video and photography as mediums for exploring socio-economic injustice, human conflict, and illuminating the beauty that is plainly in view.Artist Bio
Love is a practical, object-based product provided free of charge to those suffering the negative effects of missing loved ones as a result of incarceration.