Brad Isaacs is an artist and independent curator based in London, Ontario. His current photographic and video work questions the function and the affect of natural science as it is embodied in the natural history museum. By examining the relationship between photography and taxidermy, his photographs point to the ways in which both reduce nature to an image, and how the images they produce function in our construction of nature. He has exhibited at the McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton Artists Inc, Enriched Bread Artists and the Art Gallery of Peel and has curated exhibitions at the Burlington Art Centre, the Grimsby Public Art Gallery, Loose Canon Gallery and in several alternative spaces on James St. North, in Hamilton. He is active in the Hamilton arts community and served as board president at Hamilton Artist Inc. from 2009-2010. He is currently completing his MFA at the University of Western Ontario.