Brad started his heritage stonemasonry career as an apprentice with NSW Public Works. This apprenticeship allowed him to pursue hisinterest in the conservation of heritage stone buildings (RPA, LTO, State Library, Crown St Public School). Through the course of his apprenticeship he also completed a Grad Certificate in Heritage Conservation at Sydney University. In 2016 he began his own heritage stonemasonry business.
Since becoming self-employed he has worked on a diverse range of heritage projects (Greta Public School, RPA, various war memorials and monuments). In 2019 he was awarded the George Proudman Fellowship, which saw him to conservation training at the Scottish Lime Centre and Yorkminster Cathedral and attend the Building Limes Forum in Stirling, Scotland.
Brad is a casual teacher with NSW TAFE, teaching 1st, 2nd and 3rd year apprentices the Certificate III Stonemasonry course.