Bryan approaches photography as the study of present moment awareness. His works reflect a subtle complexity at the crossroads of stillness and chaos.
Bryan has explored, experimented and practiced photography since he was a child making pinhole cameras out of oatmeal containers.
He works in a myriad of formats which is evident in his diverse yet cohesive style. He allows both the subject matter to determine the camera and the camera to choose the subject. Working in both film and digital formats, some include large format 4x5, 35mm, a range of digital, and originally designed and built large format pinhole cameras.
He earned his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University majoring in photography and sculpture, and studied Cinematography/Film Directing at the New York Film Academy. He combined the two mediums by designing and building one of a kind multiple lens cameras that can be viewed on the "experimental" tab.
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