Brad Puet

  • Professional photographer with a background in documentary and street photography
  • Co-founder of Grryo, an international social photography collective

Experience

Brad Puet is a former writer for Lifewire who contributed articles on mobile photography. As a commercial photographer, he has contributed to a range of publications, including the Washington Post, the Huffington Post, VICE, Slate, and The Guardian. Puet has also done work for Nike, Nordstrom, Marie Claire, Amazon, Cartoon Network, and other clients. He is the co-founder of Grryo, an international social photography collective. Since 2012, he has exhibited his personal work in cities all around the world, including Tehran, London, Berlin, Tokyo, New York, and Los Angeles. Puet teaches social photography at Seattle Central College and conducts workshops for several art-based youth organizations.

Education

 Puet earned a B.S. in Psychology at Washington State University.

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