Bradley investigates the intersection of technology, business, and the environment, translating forward-looking trends into content that consumers use to make informed decisions. His recent obsessions include autonomous-vehicle racing, robotic delivery of pizza, and the future of car nausea.
- Bradley Berman writes about automotive and home technology for The New York Times, Popular Mechanics, MIT Technology Review, and others
- He started writing for The Spruce in July 2019
- Bradley has a masters degree in film from New York University
Bradley’s work has reached millions of people through the websites he created (HybridCars.com and PluginCars.com) and via his guest appearances on CNBC, BBC, CBS Evening News, National Public Radio, and Pacifica Radio. His 2017 zero-budget documentary about oddball local politics, “Nat Bates For Mayor,” was shown on KQED Public Television in San Francisco and at film festivals throughout the U.S.
Bradley has a masters degree in film from New York University.
- Gentlemen, Start Your Algorithms, The New York Times
- Here’s Why You Might Be an Electric-Car Owner a Decade from Now, MIT Technology Review
- Are Electric Cars Only for the Rich? Sacramento Is Challenging That Notion, The New York Times
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