Bradley Stuckel is an accomplished cinematographer based in Vancouver, Canada. With over 15 years of experience in film, photography, and fine arts, Bradley brings a wealth of expertise to his craft. He has honed his skills and established himself as a passionate and highly skilled professional.

Bradley has worked in multiple countries, gaining extensive travel experience that has enriched his storytelling capabilities and broadened his cultural perspective. With an extensive portfolio that spans across multiple countries, Stuckel brings a unique blend of artistry and worldly experience to his storytelling. His lens captures the essence of diverse cultures and showcases the beauty of global narratives.

Recognizing the power of film to inspire and educate, Bradley prioritizes representing the richness of human experiences. Collaboration is at the heart of his approach, as he actively seeks opportunities to work with filmmakers from all backgrounds and perspectives, ensuring that every project he takes on prioritizes inclusive and representative stories.

Bradley's diverse background and multicultural storytelling set him apart. His portfolio encompasses a wide range of genres and subjects, ranging from exploring the struggles of orphaned children in India to shedding light on the challenges faced by same-sex couples in America. His work is a testament to his belief in the transformative power of cinema.

His achievements include receiving his first Canadian Society of Cinematographers nomination for Best Cinematography in 2010 for the student film "Graveyard Shift" (2009) shot on super 16mm film. Two years later, he received two AMPIA Award nominations for Best Cinematography for his first feature film "Kept" (2012) and "Pseudo" (2012).

Prepare to be mesmerized by Bradley Stuckel's visionary talent as he continues to redefine the art of cinematography and captivate audiences worldwide.  


CSC Associate Member (Canadian Society of Cinematographers)
- International Cinematographers Guild
Vancouver, Canada