Brady Starr has worked collaboratively and individually on a variety of socially engaged interdisciplinary projects for over a decade. He has exhibited at The Metro Gallery, Syn Gallery, City Arts Gallery, Load of Fun, 2d Gallery, Gallery 788, Gallery 21g, Joe Squared, Page 5 Gallery, Echo Gallery, The Low-Fi Social Club and Blue Door Gallery in New York. Starr’s “The Lift” is a full-length feature film which sold out it’s grand opening at The Charles Theater. A directors cut of the film was also premiered at the Senator Theater and is now available on DVD. Starr currently works as a full time visual artist and is owner of Pub and Paint, an event company that teaches public art classes in Baltimore. He was named “Best Visual Artist” in 2007 by Baltimore City Paper readers and runner up for Best Visual Artist in 2011.
“Starr presents a masterful color use and amazing technical skill…” “…an incredibly talented artist…” Rachel Greenburg of The Johns Hopkins Newsletter (jhunewsletter.com/)
“Brady Starr is a paradox…his art is a separate entity that he channels, curates, and then spends months, even years trying to decipher.” Brooke Hall and Justin Allen of What Weekly Magazine (whatweekly.com)
“Starr has invested considerable effort into blurring the lines between fiction and nonfiction…” -Martin L. Johnson of City Paper (citypaper.com)