Bradley Friedman is an American video director, film producer, visual music artist, and event creator. Friedman was involved in the emergence of the Los Angeles techno music and punk rock scene in the 1980s. Friedman produced and directed the first music videos and cover artwork for Berlin's multi-platinum debut album, Pleasure Victim. Bradley aims to bring much needed recognition to the under-documented visionary work of the punk video art pioneers doing work before the introduction of the internet.


To learn more about Bradley's work, check out the below!

Dancing with Berlin- debut video single

Billboard's 3rd International Video Entertainment/Music Conference

Video Entertainment: The Dawn of a New Creative Age

Once Promotion Tool, Video Film Now Consumer Art (Billboard Magazine)

Bone Symphony

Music Connection Video Update

There's No Business Like... (KIIS Newspaper)

Visuals, Video Notes (BAM)

International Visual Music Festival Slated (Los Angeles Times)

UCLA Site for June Visual Music Festival

Video Update International Visual Music Festival (Billboard Magazine)

Smorgasbord of Visual Music At UCLA Festival (Los Angeles Times)

Wide Product Range Shown At First Visual Music Fest (Cash Box)

Music Goes Video at Melnitz (UCLA Daily Bruin)

"Modern Music" Debuts on Cable (Billboard Magazine)

Clubland, "Modern Music... will host an evening of rare and vintage video"

Music Monitor (Billboard Magazine)