Rex Bradford is a software engineer and web developer with a passion for applying technology to important historical records.
After a lengthy career developing computer games, he undertook the digitization of JFK records, first with History Matters (www.history-matters.com) and later with the Mary Ferrell Foundation (www.maryferrell.org), of which he is now President. The Mary Ferrell Foundation houses the largest electronic searchable collection of records on the assassinations of the 1960s in the United States and related topics including Watergate and the post-Watergate intelligence investigations.
He is the author of Real-Time Animation Toolkit in C++ (Wiley & Sons), a technical book on computer graphics and animation. His other work includes developing award-winning electronic maps for Direct Relief International and working as a principal search software engineer for EBSCO Inc.