Bradley is primarily focused on sourcing new investments and working with Morpheus portfolio companies to achieve hyper-growth. Prior to joining Morpheus, he was a Principal at BMW i Ventures Fund in San Francisco and led venture investments for Greycroft in Los Angeles. Bradley earned an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he constructed a master’s thesis on AI and machine learning’s capacity to widen technology moats in early stage startups. Bradley has operator experience leading product teams for Argus Cyber Security in Tel Aviv. There he built product road maps to expand the flagship autonomous vehicle software into drones and robotics, until Argus was acquired by Continental for $465M in 2017.
Early on his career, Bradley spent five years as a Senior Associate at PW in New York, leading successful venture investments in the Series A rounds of SoFi, Health-Ade, Essentia Water, and Drizly. Prior to this, he completed the Morgan Stanley two year Analyst Program, earning “Top Gun” honors as the #1 ranked analyst, while serving as the Technology Sector Specialist for Exotic Derivative Investments.
Bradley’s passion for tech has deep roots, as he started working on Wall Street for Raymond James Financial at the age of fifteen, performing equity research on technology stocks. He holds a degree in Economics from Duke University, where he was a Strong Safety on the Duke Football Team and Captain of the Duke Rugby Team.