Bradley Kerr

Bradley Kerr


Bradley joined fjmt in 2014 after having relocated to Melbourne upon completion of his Masters of Architecture at the University of Queensland. Upon completing his degree, Bradley led a team in an ideas competition for the revitalisation of Tohoku, Japan. Placing third, Bradley toured the regions devastated by the 2011 tsunami & participated in discussion with regional governments.

Bradley is on the First Nations Advisory Board for the AIA, volunteered for AIME while at university and spent time on Minjerribah with the Quandamooka people, learning their living cultural history, Quandamooka People’s fight for native title rights over the land and waters, and the progression of self built housing at one mile.

At fjmtstudio, Bradley has worked with communities and stakeholders to develop integrated design responses appropriate to place, peoples and culture.

Bradley is currently leading a working group to develop fjmt’s Reconciliation Action Plan