Brad Ziegler is a photographer and art educator based out of Baltimore, Maryland. His photographs explore the surreal and inexplicably beautiful qualities of the American landscape that have been altered by automobiles and related infrastructure. The images are never made at specific destinations, but rather exist in the liminal spaces created by an increasing demand for convenience and speed. Through the use of a medium format studio camera, Brad deliberately slows the pace of his process to reflect the economic and spiritual abandonment he finds prevalent in these locations. 

Brad graduated from Muhlenberg College in 2014 with a double major in Studio Art and Media/Communications. He currently teaches Photography and Digital Media at Loyola Blakefield in Towson, Maryland. 


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2010-2014       BA, Art and Communications, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA

2006-2010       Loyola Blakefield, Towson, MD


2014-Present    Loyola Blakefield, Photography and Digital Media, Towson, MD

2012-2014       Writing Tutor and First-Year Seminar Facilitator, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA

Solo Exhibitions

2018: Horizon Compromise, Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD

2013: Four Years in Allentown, Loyola Blakefield, Towson, MD

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016: Exhibit Exchange, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

2016: Bondo, Annex 2E, Baltimore, MD

2016: Selected Salon 3, Full Circle Gallery, Baltimore, MD

2015: Anything Goes Juried Exhibition, Gallery 788, Baltimore, MD

2014: Senior Thesis Show, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA


2010-2014: Muhlenberg College Artist Talent Scholarship, Allentown, PA


2018: Horizon Compromise, published in Jersey City, New Jersey

2016: Charcuterie, published in Baltimore, MD

2014: Four Years in Allentown, Pennsylvania, self-published in Allentown, Pennsylvania

Selected Group Publications

2015: Outta Pocket, published in Baltimore, MD

2014: Cadillac Ranch Dressing, published in Baltimore, MD

2014: Muses, published in Allentown, PA


2016: The Current Political Landscape and School Culture, Lecture and guided discussion, Towson, MD

2015: Zen and the Art of Photography, Professional Development Lecture, Towson, MD

2015: Don for a Day, Graphic Design Program, Towson, MD

Using Format