Bradley, coming from a family of dancers, has been surrounded by dance his entire life. Starting at the age of 9, Bradley began contemporary line dancing, a form of solo dancing that is rapidly evolving to incorporate aspects of ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and many more styles of dance. At the age of 14, Bradley began teaching contemporary line dance and travelling across the globe to learn from the top choreographers.
After moving from Florida to Boston, he vastly expanded his dance repertoire by learning salsa, bachata, merengue, west coast swing, and all 19 ballroom dances. While earning his B.A. in marine science from Boston University, he joined Soñando Salsa (the Boston University salsa performance team), joined the Boston University Ballroom Dance Team, and founded the Boston University West Coast Swing Club. Bradley’s greatest accomplishment in dance while attending Boston University is becoming a two-time national finalist in The United States Line Dance Choreography Championships.