Brad’s recent awards include a Dumbarton Oaks Junior Fellowship in Byzantine Studies (2015–16), the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Grant for Independent Research on Venetian History and Culture (2014), and an International Dissertation Semester Research Fellowship from The Graduate School at FSU (2014). Brad has presented papers at the Byzantine Studies Conference (2009, 2014), the University of Oxford (2012), and at the British School at Athens (2014), and was invited to speak at the International Congress on Medieval Studies (2015), and Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies Spring Symposium at the University of Oxford (2016). His publications include “Image, Epigram, and Nature in Middle Byzantine Personal Devotion” in Natural Materials of the Holy Land and the Visual Translation of Place, 500-1500. Renana Bartal, Neta Bodner, and Bianca Kühnel, eds. (Ashgate, forthcoming, Dec. 2016); “The Iconography of Text: The Placement of an Inscription on a Middle Byzantine Reliquary” in Eastern Christian Art, vol. 8 (2011); and the chapter “Reliquary Epigrams” in Medieval Texts on Byzantine Art and Aesthetics, vol. 3. From Alexios I Komnenos to the rise of Hesychasm (forthcoming 2017). For a complete list of Brad’s research and publications, see his academia page.