Brad Berridge. Sound Artist.

Brad Berridge is an American Sound Artist. His work focuses on Sound Design and Composition for Theatre, Live Entertainment, Sound Art Installations, and furthering the development of sound into the artistic world. His original music and sound designs have been heard in theaters across the United States. His work with the sound art collective, Push The Button, has been viewed all over the U.S. and Eastern Europe. Brad is also in the new music duo, The Night I Found Out I Was Adopted. TNIFOIWA has performed in the eastern half of the U.S. and Europe. Brad is the Resident Sound Designer for The Sharon Playhouse in Connecticut and an Associate Artist for WAM Theatre. 

Brad and Ashley Berridge/Brad and his daughter, Emma/Brad and his son, Charlie     

Photo credits (form left to right): 

Christopher Duggan, Carolyn Beaudreau

Brad was raised in Newburgh, Indiana. His theatrical training was at the University of Southern Indiana.  He has worked as as artist living in Indianapolis, IN, Nashville, TN, New York City, and now resides in the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts with his wife, fundraiser and event planner, Ashley Berridge and their children Emma (age 8) and Charles (age 2). Brad enjoys collecting and playing guitars, sampling fine spirits, and quiet Berkshire evenings. 

Please enjoy this song, New/Old, Brad wrote and recorded for no show at all; just for fun. 

BB in Central Park Tunnel.jpg

As a new means towards artistic expression, Brad has begun sculpting. Mostly in reclaimed wood and pigments, each piece is its own expression of the moment it was created.