Frazer Bradshaw began his career with a rigorous education in the painting, sculpture and photography before finding his way into filmmaking.
Because of his visual arts training, Bradshaw is most connected with the visual aspects of filmmaking. Cinematography became an obvious career choice because of his drive to create distinctive cinematic language for visual storytelling. As a DP, Bradshaw has built a substantial resume shooting both independent productions and commercial media, both in the San Francisco Bay Area and nationally.
Bradshaw has shot a host of projects, including 14 narrative feature films and six feature documentaries, as well as hundreds of shorts, commercials, music videos and corporates. Resume highlights include work on Focus Feature’s Babies, Jamie Melter’s Informant, Tom E Brown's Pushing Dead and his own feature, Everything Strange and New, which he both shot and directed, and which premiered at Sundance and was nominated for both Spirit and Gotham Awards.