Bradley Ogbonna is a first-generation Nigerian-American, from the Twin Cities of Minnesota — also known as the Diaspora. He attended Queens College for one year, but received his undergraduate degree in International Studies and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin - River Falls. He now resides on the Internet at least 364 days of the year, but pays monthly rent in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
He is a self-taught photographer, burgeoning documentarian and creative director. In his free time he enjoys photographing his friends, reading, eating inexpensive yet delicious food, being on the internet, watching or playing basketball, and riding on trains and sleeping on couches around the world.
Brad Ogbonna has contributed to magazines such as GOOD Magazine, SPIN Magazine, VICE Magazine, METRO Magazine, and has worked with clients ranging from Diet Coke to Carmichael Lynch.