Bryan’s passion for photography centers around the outdoors. He is well known locally for his dramatic seascapes, but also has a large portfolio of landscapes and urban images, and a growing collection of wildlife images. His approach to photography is to capture images of the great outdoors in an emotional and passionate way, by allowing his camera to see things in ways the human eye cannot. Bryan is a 100% digital photographer and fully embraces the world of the digital darkroom, while still respecting the methods of the great masters of film that paved the way. That being said, there are times when creating an image that is more than what was there is the best choice. Bryan does create some remarkable composite images that push the boundaries of digital photography into the realm of digital art.
A lifelong New Englander, Bryan captures the beauty of this part of the country with his camera for everyone to enjoy. He has also traveled the United States to photograph such places as the National Parks of the American Southwest, the Pacific Northwest and southern California. Art has been a part of his life from the beginning, from sketching and painting as a boy to making music and digital art as a young man. He’s been photographing casually for over 2 decades, seriously since 2007. The photography bug was inherited from his father, and Bryan hopes to pass it on to his daughter. He currently resides in southeastern Massachusetts with his wife and daughter.
"I strive to make images that capture the beauty of light, land, and water, and their interaction share with time and motion. A camera alone will merely document a moment in time, without emotion. As an artist, I choose to add my feelings, thoughts, and emotions to these unrefined pixels both when I'm behind the camera and in front of the monitor. The resulting photographs I create display the majesty of the natural world in a way that I hope will spark your imagination and sense of wonder.
Growing up in rural Massachusetts, I spent much of my youth playing and exploring the woodlands near my home in all four seasons. Some of my earliest memories as a young boy were looking for shapes in the clouds, watching a lightning storm, picking up the most colorful autumn leaves, counting stars, and marveling at the glistening trees after a winter storm. Those experiences forged within me a love for the forests and nature, but also a longing for wide open spaces such as the sea and the desert. "
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Best in Show, 2012 Little Compton Photography Show
Best Landscape, 2013 Little Compton Photography Show