From an early age, Bruno follows his father on weekends, camera in hand, with or without film, for photo experiments. Subsequently, he enrolled in all photo activities and thus takes full advantage of the darkroom of college and Cégep.
During his training in graphic arts, he discovered the possibilities of computer-assisted art. After a university education in design and art history, he worked for a few years in publishing. Attracted by digital photography in the mid-90s, he ended up converting to this new medium in early 2000. After an incursion into motor sport photography, he returned to his first love of urban exploration, Doo architecture. Wop and American desert. He has spent the last 15 years capturing the atmo-spheres of the Southwest.
Fascinated by the contrast between the metropolises and the deserts, but especially by the simi-larities between these two universes, at first sight diametrically opposite, he approaches the pho-tography of objects and places in the manner of a portraitist in order to fetch the emotion in inani-mate things.
“All objects and places have stories to tell, just take time to understand them and then we can try to transmit them to others through the images made.”