is a Midwest-based designer, photographer, father, Star Wars nerd, and pizza connoisseur. From a young age Bryan was inspired by Ansel Adams’ ethereal landscape work, which paved the way for his own photographic voice.

From a young age, Bryan was always interested in cameras and technology. But it wasn’t until college, where he was pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, that he started shooting and developing film in the darkroom. He fell in love with the analog process of film, but began to grow as an artist and want to do more with the images that he was creating. Digital photography led to building a business photographing clients, weddings, portraits, and events, but after a number of years Bryan decided to cut back on all of the client work, put his degree to use as a full time graphic designer and find his passion for photography again.

In 2015 he decided to pursue fine art landscape photography as a primary creative outlet. He caught the eyes of Fujifilm on social media and began a working relationship with the brand, eventually leading to a full on ambassadorship. It’s been a whirlwind since, but Bryan has been shooting landscape, lifestyle, and commercial photography as a career while still working a full time job as a Graphic Designer.

His goal is to portray atmosphere and emotion through his work. Whether he is shooting locally in the Midwest or traveling and teaching around the world, Bryan hopes to leave a positive impact on the world through his artistic vision.


Bryan is an Official Fujifilm X-Photographer, as well as a Capture One and Kolari Vision ambassador.

Client List

Fujifilm, Budweiser, Avis, GMC, OnStar, Vanguard, ONA Bags, GNARBOX, MVMT, Tinlid Hat Co, ESO Strap

Why Fujifilm?

Definitely the combination of portability and image quality. The first time I ever held the original X100 in my hands, I felt an organic connection to the camera that I never had with a DSLR. These cameras signify a complete shift in me as an artist and creative. And best of all, they are just fun to shoot. Full story here.