Brad Sutor grew up in the rolling hills of New England in Fairfield County Connecticut. As the son of a pilot, he traveled extensively through America and Europe, which began his fascination with art and culture described by the peoples of the world. This attraction eventually drew Brad to study at Rhode Island School of Design, focusing in Fine Art, Illustration and Photography. During this time, he studied with renowned photographer Henry Horenstein at the SPEOS school of photography in Paris, France, as well as in Providence, Rhode Island. Brad’s early beginnings as a staff photographer for both Providence Monthly and East Side Monthly publications lasted for two years, before venturing into the broader world.
After graduating with a BFA, wanderlust and exploring what the camera lens could capture led Brad to various and diverse corners of the United States, Canada and Mexico. Based in Colorado for 11 years allowed him to work seasonally and spend every penny exploring the great American West. Along with various exhibitions and periodical features, Brad has owned and has been employed in several fine art galleries, working with artists of all degree. His life work and family adventures have continued in the mountains and high desert of northern New Mexico, where he has called home for the last 8 years.