Bruce-Michael is a photographer and visual artist from New York City.
His work is influenced by the likes of Lou Reed, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Diane Arbus.
His portfolio blends radical self-portraits with the gritty spirit of the New York Underground: "drag queens smoking cigarettes under crackling neon while the tattooed punks shoot dice on St. Marks Place; everyone gunnin' for the same dream, set against a backdrop of towering silver monoliths."
During the pandemic, his work has expanded to include largescale prints, frames and an original clothing line based on his series, "The King of Nothing",
an autobiographical reflection of adolescence, fatherhood, and loss.
Prior to exhibiting at Kowen Gallery, he has independently sold over
80 unique pieces across 13 states.