Andrew Bruce, a graduate of the Royal College of Art (London), is an artist working primarily with photography. His work focuses on the representation of nature both in relation to culture and to the natural world itself. Bruce’s meticulously staged photographs carefully slip between real and unreal, still-life scenes and fleeting moments.


Bruce has exhibited in group shows internationally at festivals such as Goa International Photo Festival (India), Les Rencontres d’Arles (France) and The 38th Nida International Art Photography Symposium (Lithuania), and at galleries such as The Wilson (Cheltenham), The Photographers’ Gallery (London), Michel Hoppen Gallery (London), October Gallery (London), Galerie Huit (France), Alliance Française de Penang (Malaysia), Galleri Monitor (Sweden) with solo exhibitions at James Hyman Gallery (London), Cabin Gallery (London) and Galleri Box in Gothenburg (Sweden). Bruce was a recipient of a British Council grant in 2010 and was selected for Fresh Faced and Wild Eyed at the Photographers’ Gallery after his graduation. His work can be found in the permanent collections of the National Portrait Gallery, The Hyman Collection and private collections throughout Europe.