Gabrielle Bradshaw studied at Camberwell School of Art leaving with a First Class Honours degree in Fine Art Sculpture. Whilst still at college she won the SOGAT award for an installation at the South London Gallery and created site specific work for the Barbican Arts Centre. Her degree piece was exhibited with the London Group at the Royal College.
On leaving college Gabrielle continued her studies at the Rural Development Centre in Salisbury completing several courses in forgework. She honed her welding skills working as a welder and set builder at the Royal National Theatre in London. On leaving the National she designed and constructed the set for Flying into the Sun a new piece of theatre which had its Royal Premier at the Charles Cryer Studio Theatre in Carshalton. Gabrielle's work has also been exhibited and auctioned at Sotheby's.
Gabrielle has worked as a television artist, writer, and presenter across all the main channels including five series of the BBC1 children's art programme Hartbeat with Tony Hart. She wrote and presented her own art series 5 Minute Wonder for Thames TV, from which the 5 Minute Wonder book was published, and co-created and presented Havakazoo for Channel 5.
Gabrielle works from her studio/forge in London regularly exhibiting her drawings and sculptures.
Over the years Gabrielle has undertaken several commissions of both private and public works.