Foxfire Interactive is a digital learning company that specializes in science and medical education projects. We create informative and inspiring online training, e‑learning, VR, and IMAX/giant screen experiences. Our clients include some of the world’s foremost science museums, medical societies, pharmaceutical and medical device companies.
President, Foxfire Interactive
Brad is an interactive media producer/director with a passion for making science exciting and understandable to audiences worldwide. He has been developing interactive media since 1989, and his expertise includes instructional design, media production and project management.
In 2000, Brad founded Foxfire Interactive to create learning experiences delivered via web, mobile, multi‑touch installations, VR, and IMAX/giant screen theaters. Clients range from Novartis and Medtronic to Mass General Hospital and the Pacific Science Center.
Brad recently served as producer and co‑principal investigator for the NSF-funded Global Soundscapes Project, targeting middle school students and focusing on the science of sound and the emerging field of soundscape ecology. Project components include an interactive theater show that combines a live presenter with the IMAX/giant screen experience.
Brad’s awards include: Gold Award, AVC Interactive CINDY Awards, Gold Medal and Silver Medal, International Film and Television Festival. Brad produced the ZOOM into Engineering CD-ROM for WGBH, which was a finalist for the MIMC Awards and the Association of Educational Publishers Awards.
Before founding Foxfire, Brad developed interactive media for WGBH Educational Foundation and more than 20 science museums around the world. Early in his career, Brad was a science educator at Boston’s Museum of Science, where he gave presentations on topics ranging from lightning to superconductors.
In addition, Brad served for three years on the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts chapter of the American Society of Training & Development.
Brad holds a BA in Physics from Bowdoin College.