Omaha Architectural Photographer Brad Anderson

My career path as an architectural photographer has its roots here in Omaha, Nebraska where I became a serious amateur in my third year of college.

My early childhood was spent growing up in West Omaha.  I graduated from Lewis Central High School in Council Bluffs, Iowa and then attended Nebraska Wesleyan University graduating with a Business Administration degree.  After graduation I worked in advertising at Ellis and Johns Advertising and attended Southwestern College in Elkhorn, Nebraska for my formal education in photography.  That education continued in the US Navy where I graduated first in class.

My first professional role as a photographer was in the Navy following which I started Architectural Photography Inc.

Architectural Photography in Omaha, Nebraska

As an architectural photographer I’m excited by how Omaha continues to evolve as  a major hub for the construction and design sectors. It’s astounding to me that, according to the American Institute of Architecture, we have more than 520 architects here.

I’ve had the pleasure of working with  some of them – and more recently Leo A Daly and Holland Basham Architects (HBA).

Coupled with several of the top 20 U.S. building/design firms headquartered in Omaha, there’s a great deal of architectural and construction innovation happening in the city.

Some of my recent projects include:

  • Creighton University’s Heider College of Business
  • Centris Federal Credit Union Headquarters
  • Love Church
  • University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Monroe-Meyer Institute
  • MCL Construction Headquarters
  • Pella Windows
  • Cyrus One Data Center and Solutions
  • Papio South High School
  • MUD Headquarters
  • Jewish Community Center
  • Clarkson Commons
  • Linked-In
  • Creighton School of Dentistry
  • Cobalt Federal Credit Union (SAC)
  • Lauritzen Nebraska Medicine
  • Durham Research Center
  • Elkhorn Public Schools Foundation
  • American National Bank
  • CoBank, Omaha
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska