Bruce is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker specializing in corporate and documentary videos.
Bruce has worked professionally in film and video since 1985, when he served as the Chief Photographer for the City of Miami Beach. (Ask him what the cast of Miami Vice was like off-screen!)
After settling in Colorado in 1990, he produced “The Climbing Show,” a national television series for the Outdoor Channel, traveling around the world covering the sport and recreation of rock climbing and mountaineering. Bruce later worked at People Productions in Boulder for more than 10 years as a producer, director and cameraman, working on a multitude of corporate videos, live events, and documentaries.
Bruce received his Master’s degree in video and photography from San Francisco State University in 1989. While living in San Francisco, he had the unique opportunity to work as a full-time assistant for renowned adventure photographer Galen Rowell.
In recent years, Bruce raced a 72-foot sailboat across the Atlantic Ocean and won the +3,000-mile race by eight minutes! His personal documentary video “18 days, 16 hours” about the race, from Southampton, England, to Boston, along with Bruce and Mike's short film "The Decision," were screened at numerous film festivals around the country, and won several awards.