Bruce Temuchin Brown attended the noted Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena and has worked primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1997. His film making has won awards from the Photo District News and shown in such film festivals as The Royal Starr Film Festival, Los Angeles Cinefest and Atlanta Docufest. His documentary short film ‘I Am A Survivor’ follows in this path. Candid, haunting and powerful account of six survivors of sexual assault speaking out in their own words revealing the effects the abuse has on trust, family, relationships and their souls. Poignant, troubling, inspiring and amazing their stories mesmerize the viewer.
His work has a propensity for capturing his subjects' essence to the degree that their portrayal creates a connection between the viewer and the subject. This glimpse reveals the epitome of the person, which creates feelings that evoke a sense of knowing and being. Whether working with commercial photography, fine art photography or filmmaking, Bruce's talent for portraying the full range of human emotion is evident and alluring.
Bruce’s fine art photographic work has been collected by the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento and the di Rosa Preserve in Napa as well as in numerous other galleries, museums and private collections throughout the nation. Some of his commercial clients include AT&T Wireless, United Airlines, NCR, Chevron Texaco, Money, Forbes, Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, Entrepreneur, USA Weekend Magazine, Wine Enthusiast, Chronicle Sunday Magazine and Hemispheres Magazine.