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In the grand tradition of artists such as

Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, and Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bryan Moore’s work rebels against digital manipulations proliferating the modern era. Striving to capture authentic moments, his images focus on beauty and space in their rawest form - through the unfiltered lens of a photography camera. From conception to completion, his work celebrates the lost art of photography. 

Growing up in Europe, Asia, and the

United States, Bryan’s nomadic sensibilities

have propelled his street photography

career forward. He’s completed series

in both rare and often-photographed

locations including Japan, Cuba,

Turkmenistan, and New York City.

What sets Bryan’s work apart is not only

his eye, but an intangible connection

between himself and subjects. In each

photograph we not only see a story;

we feel it. This connection drives the

majority of his work as seen in

series such as Introuvable,

and The Last Days of Castro. 

Galleries around the world have

hosted Bryan’s photography, including the

Centre Pomidou and various showrooms

in New York. Bryan’s additional

work includes helping to produce

 limited-edition lithographs for

Chuck Close, Alex Katz, Leroy Neiman,

and the estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat.

He lives with his wife and son

in New York City where he works as an

Art Director for brands like Macy's, DKNY,

Ralph Lauren, Victoria Secret, Rocawear,

Pepsi, Phat Farm, and Judith Lieber.

About The Artist

Solo Exhibitions

2019 Traditionaly Modern Japan

The Nippon Club Gallery, New York City, NY

2009 The Faces of New York

Divani Photo Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI

2006 Straight Off the Streets

The Grand Central Lounge, New York City, NY

2005 The Country Coast to Coast

Gigantic Brand Gallery, New York City, NY

Group Exhibitions

2019 Japan in Black and White

The Nippon Club Gallery, New York City, NY

2018 Environmental Views

The Factory LIC Arts, New York City, NY

2017 Brooklyn Art Spring Event

Industry City Gallery, New York City, NY

2006 Fabrica: Les Yeux Ouverts

Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

2005 Summer Self Portraits

Starving Artist Cafe, New York City, NY

2004 Annual Photo Exhibition

Aronson Gallery, New York City, NY

2003 Visual Metaphors

Photo District Gallery, New York City, NY

2000 Annual Juried Show

AIP Gallery, New York City, NY

1999 Creative Self Expression

The Great Frame Up, Rochester Hills, MI

1999 Scholastic Art Awards

Detroit, MI

1999 Annual Art Exhibition

Bloomfield Art Center, Birmingham, MI

1999 Meadowbrook Mall Annual Show

Meadowbrook Mall, Rochester Hills, MI

Work History

2014 - Present   Organized Trip

Chief Creative Officer

UX design for B2C Travel App

2010 - 2011 Schottenstein Luxury Group

Director of Digital Marketing

Brands Managed: Judith Lieber,

Adrienian Vittadini & Tara Rose

2008 - 2010 24/Seven Talent

Freelance Graphic Designer

Clients: Eileen Fisher, Ralph Lauren,

Victoria Secret, Spiegel and Shape FX

2005 - 2008 eFashion Solutions

Associate Art Director

Clients: Pepsi, DKNY, Oscar de la Renta,

Rocawear, Playboy, Baby Phat, Phat Farm,

Judith Lieber, OCC, Mandee, Apple Bottom Jeans,

Ben Sherman, Jlo, Just Sweet, Enyce,

House of Dereon, and Gino Green Global

2004 -2005 Brand-X Studios

Chromist/Press Printer

Clients: Chuck Close, Jean-Michel Basquiat's estate, Wolf Kahn, Alex Katz and LeRoy Nieman

2002 -2004 Ezequiel de la Rosa

Studio Manager & 1st Assistant

Managing Day-to-Day Activities of the Photo Studio

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