Originally from Texas, Bradley moved to New York City to study Interior Design at the prestigious Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. After graduating with a Masters in Interior Design, Bradley trained with some of NYC’s most prominent Architects and Designers, including several years in the offices of Deborah Berke Partners Architects. In 2003, he launched his own interiors firm and has since built a reputation among clients, vendors and tradespeople as a talented designer with an honest, highly personable and collaborative approach to design.
In addition to his role in Stephens Design Group, Bradley is a Partner and Co-Founder of Fuigo. Featured in Architectural Digest and designed by Stephens Design Group, Fuigo is the first 360° business management platform and shared work-space, created exclusively for interior designers. Fuigo's flagship offices are located on Park Avenue in Manhattan's Flatiron District and is the home of Stephens Design Group.
Andrew received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning. After an internship in a New York City architectural lighting design firm sparked a passion for lighting design, Andrew focused the next 17 years of his career designing lighting for residences, hotels, museums and retail stores with some of the world’s most renowned Architects - including Deborah Berke, Steven Holl, Richard Meier, Pei Cobb Freed, Rockwell Group and Annabelle Selldorf. His award-winning work can be seen globally and in some of New York’s most iconic structures – including Radio City Music Hall, the MetLife Building, the United Nations Headquarters, Yankee Stadium and the Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball for the Millennial celebration.
Andrew joined Stephens Design Group in 2014 and in addition to providing lighting design support, is responsible for all aspects of business operations and staff management.