Bradley Wheeler is an internationally published architectural photographer and writer based in Los Angeles. Since 1998 his work has appeared over 200 times in more than 50 hard copy publications including the New York Times, Architectural Record, Architect and Abitare (of which he is a frequent contributor). Since 2010, he also has served as the U.S.A. Architectural Editor of Design Diffusion News (Milan) and OFARCH (Milan). His list of clients includes Pei Architects, Kohn Pedersen Fox, Holzman Moss Bottino, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney, Jones Studio, Rob Paulus Architects, and Line and Space, just to name a few.
In 2016 Wheeler was commissioned to photograph and write about the Bank of China headquarters in Beijing. The project was designed by Didi and Sandi Pei (founders of Pei Architects, NYC) while collaborating with their world-renowned father, I. M. Pei.
Wheelerʼs career started in architecture. After working for the Los Angeles modernist hero firm of Dworsky Associates, he spent seven years in the northern Italian studios of architects Lorenzo Ferretti Garsi, Desolina Mori, Silvio Bernardi, and Francesco Coppola. Thanks to his experience, Wheeler is fluent in Italian. Upon his return to the U.S., he joined the New York City firm of Wilvan Van Campen and later served as Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Robert Gray Architects.
Wheeler holds a Master of Architecture degree from Syracuse University (Firenze) and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona.
Architectural Photographer and Writer on the roof of the Bank of China Headquarters, Beijing, designed by Didi and Sandi Pei with their father, I. M. Pei.