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Brady L.

Seattle, WA, USA2 reviews

$500 - $1500 / Day

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Top Services

  • Documentary DP

    2 reviews
  • News Shooter / Video Journalist

    1 review
  • Commercial DP



  • 4K video camera
  • Multiple cameras
  • Drone


  • Wireless lavalier mic


  • Lighting kit
  • Stabilizer

About Brady

Brady Lawrence is a Seattle-based director of photography and documentary filmmaker specializing in work about outdoor adventure, music, technology and the environment. His films and photos have been featured in outlets like Nat Geo Travel, TIME Magazine and The Bikepacking Journal. Projects for clients such as the Schmidt Ocean Institute, Zillow and Canyon Bicycles have taken him from the northernmost road in Alaska to the high plateaus of Kyrgyzstan and many places in between. Whether it’s working with mountain bikers in the backcountry or lighting the latest tech in the studio, Brady brings a deep focus on characters to his storytelling and a cinematic eye to his videography. His first feature documentary, Into the Rift, tells the story of a grueling bike race in the remote Atlas Mountains of Morocco and was selected for 'Best Event Documentation' in the Bikepacking 2020 Awards. From adventure athletes and activists to start ups and songwriters, Brady loves captivating stories about compelling people and is always excited by the chance to collaborate with other passionate folks.

Top Projects

  • Documentary style interview and b-roll, Friday Sept 9 AM

    • Documentary DP
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    CNBC Digital Video

    Produced for CNBC Digital Video on Storyhunter

    September 2022

  • You Can't Do It Alone — Lea Davison at Unbound Gravel

    • Documentary DP

    You can’t be what you can’t see. Growing up, cyclist Lea Davison didn’t have any queer role models to look up to. As her mountain biking career propelled her to the Olympics and world championships, she feared that coming out, and being her whole self on trail, would lose her sponsors and jeopardize her career. But with the support of friends, family and her loving wife, Lea ultimately proved to herself and the next generation of cyclists that you don’t have to choose between who you love and the sport you love. Following Lea and her dedicated support crew as she tackles the infamous 200-mile Unbound Gravel Race, “You Can’t Do It Alone” tells the story of an athlete and her team building queer community with every race.

  • Why BBox?

    • Commercial DP
    • Video Editor - Commercial
    • Non-Fiction Film Director

    Have you ever had your breakfast and coffee prepared by a robot? That's exactly what you can expect at the BBox automated cafe in Berkeley, California. This video details how BBox works and what customers think about the new technology.

  • Biodiverse Borderlands - Schmidt Ocean Institute

    • Documentary DP

    I worked aboard the Research Vessel Falkor for two weeks filming and photographing a team of scientists as they worked to determine ecological baselines off the coast of California.

  • Into the Rift: The Story of the Atlas Mountain Race

    • Documentary DP
    • Drone Operator
    • Video Editor - Documentary
    • Non-Fiction Film Director

    To simply finish the Atlas Mountain Race means navigating 1,200 kilometres of the most rugged and remote roads in Morocco. To win requires riding almost non-stop, night and day, for days on end. It is a combination of strength and sleep deprivation that only a few riders in the world can manage. Alone, unsupported and loaded down with supplies, each competitor must constantly battle mechanicals, heat exhaustion and saddle sores to get to the finish. There is no prize, no money, simply the satisfaction that comes from pushing oneself to the limit while exploring the forgotten corners of a beautiful country. With support from PEdALED, Canyon, Fizik and the race crew led by organiser and route creator Nelson Trees, filmmaker Brady Lawrence followed the race documenting everything from a brutal 80 kilometre walk through the high desert with a broken bike, to one racer’s simple joy at realising they’ll soon eat their first warm meal in days. Featuring the sport’s biggest names and first-time, ultra-distance racers alike, the film gets up close to the kind of people crazy enough to take on this epic challenge. Capturing the human drama set against an otherworldly landscape, Into the Rift is an in-depth look at a true cycling adventure.

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Production Support

  • Non-Fiction Film Director
  • Event Photographer
  • Commercial DP
  • Documentary DP
  • Drone Operator
  • News Shooter / Video Journalist


  • Video Editor - Commercial
  • Video Editor - Documentary

Brady's Clients

  • PEDALED Cycling Apparel
  • MGX Creative
  • Canyon Bicycles GmbH
  • Nourish
  • TIME Magazine
  • Schmidt Ocean Institute
  • Outside
  • CNBC Digital Video
  • 60 Second Docs

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