Brad Horn is a video journalist at the Washington Post, focusing on short docs and original reporting.
His photographs, videography, and multimedia pieces have appeared on the pages of The Washington, NPR, MediaStorm, the AARP Bulletin Today, and others. His audio pieces have aired on NPR All Things Considered weekend, where he worked for much of 2010. He also worked for NPR member station WAER in Syracuse, New York.
He has taught multimedia workshops at the National Press Photographer's Multimedia Immersion course and at Syracuse University's Fall Workshop, an annual multimedia workshop.

Brad received his Master’s in Multimedia Storytelling from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse where he studied under multimedia guru, Bruce Strong. While at SU he taught video and audio courses, including a class in radio storytelling that he helped develop with Doug Quinn.

He now lives in Washington, DC with his wife, Coburn, and daughter, Quinn. He likes hitchhiking, pickled foods, and Star Trek the Next Generation.