Born in Kent, Charles Bradley was educated at Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School and the Royal College of Music, London. After completing the first year of his BMus in bass trombone he ran and was elected to the post of Students’ Association President.
During his two years in office he founded the Association of the London Colleges of the Arts; a collaborative body that fosters social and artistic relationships between the students of the specialised arts colleges of the capital.
After leaving the RCM Charles joined Artis Education, an innovative education company who integrate the arts throughout children’s learning to actively deepen their understanding of both the arts and curriculum subjects.
As Operations Coordinator, and now Development Manager, he manages the implementation of new areas of business and professional development opportunities for Artis Specialists and classroom teachers throughout England.
Charles has a keen interest in music and the arts, regularly visiting galleries and attending a variety of performances. Since 2012 he has volunteered as a project manager for TEDxHackney and is a Trustee of the emerging historical performance orchestra, The Elia Ensemble.