Bray Falls

My name is Bray Falls, and I am a twenty-year-old studying aerospace engineering at Arizona State University. I was initially drawn to astronomy at the age of 14 when I saw the moons of Jupiter through a pair of binoculars. The first thing I wanted to do was share what I was seeing with my friends and family, and I decided the best way to do that was with a picture. Ever since then I’ve been spending all my free time learning the art of astrophotography, and sharing the wonders of the universe with as many people as possible. Today I specialize in wide-to-medium field deep sky astrophotography, and I run one of the largest deep sky astrophotography accounts on Instagram.

I first encountered Meade telescopes when I became involved in ASU’s AstroDevils astronomy club, where Meade telescopes are used both internally within the club and externally for public outreach events. We own four LX90 8” SCT scopes, an 11” SCT, and a 14” SCT from Meade. Over my last two years with the club, I have grown familiar with and fond of Meade scopes. While the club was the first to introduce me to Meade, I personally have become a user and great fan of their scopes and plan to continue to use their gear to aid me in my astrophotography journey.