Rick Brady, a retired Edmonton fire captain turned professional photographer, recently dropped by the museum to wander through our exhibits and, of course, take pictures. He was good enough to offer these beautiful images to us for our use.

Rick says he has worked as a professional photographer in a few different areas of photography in Canada and the United States mainly sports, architectural and promotional material for  New York musicians.

He enjoy medieval European history, guitar, and carpentry and has an romantic attraction to WWII fighter planes.
Anyone interested in his work or his services can contact him at here.
Remember, if you are looking for a place to practice your photographic talents, there is no place better than the Alberta Aviation Museum.