Bradley Libenson has been taking photographs of the United States and abroad for over 40 years.


Originally from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Brad is a graduate of Bucknell University, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. 


Coming from a very art-oriented background, Brad began his career(s) by painting murals in auditoriums and on warehouses. Medical school put a quick stop to that and for the sake of time, he traded in paints for cameras. An avid hiker and skier, he has had the good fortune of living and exploring  throughout the United States. Calling the Pacific Northwest home for 6 years (Indian Health Service), he has spent significant time in New York ("fondly' remembers working over 70 hours per week at Brown's Resort in the Catskills) , California, Colorado, Alaska, Louisiana, Florida, and throughout much of Canada and Israel.


His favorite subjects, however, remain the surroundings of his past twenty-some years in northern New England, particularly the diverse coastline of Maine, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and especially his wife (Fran) and their 4 children (Ciera, Ari, Jonathan, and Gabi).


When he is not photographing, Brad is an independent Family Practice/Public Health physician at his offices in Maine and New Hampshire.


Brad's first photography book, "Sights Unscene New Hampshire" was released in 2008, with "Sights Unscene Massachusetts" released 3 years later. Future planned releases will soon be of Pennsylvania , then followed by Maine in a few short years.


For more information on Brad's photography, please visit his site at