Bruce has been painting murals for over thirty-six years. He began his career in New Zealand at age sixteen and then moved to the USA after his home city was devastated by an earthquake in 2011 . Bruce was granted an 01b VISA for Artists of Exceptional Ability and has launched a career in the United States. He has worked in a wide variety of different artistic environments from theming bars in Australia to lazier tag arenas in New Zealand. His vast experience also includes set finishing on movies including the Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings 10,000 BC and King Kong.
In addition, he worked on Director Sir Peter Jackson’s private home as a mural artist. Bruce has won countless awards for his work in the arts, being featured in magazines and on tv. His work is fueled by passion and he makes it a point to not let a single day go by without a push for better art and a more creative world.Formural & public art commissions
Local Faces, Local Places. First mural organized with Bruce Greig from New Zealand. Special thanks to Holly Miller, the Boys & Girls Club and Asst Muralist Melanie Breiterman. This won a Helping Hands Award and Best Mural Painted by a New Zealander!
Another portion of the same mural in the picture right before this!
Our first mural in Brooklyn as a part of the Halsey Street Dream Way Project with xMental, Inc. Painted during a jam, where we first met Damien Mitchell, SHIRO, Marthalicia, and other very talented Street Artists.
Andrea Loitsch and I with our portraits painted on a utility box in New Zealand by Bruce Greig.
Me painting our first mural in Brooklyn as a part of the Halsey Street Dream Way Project with xMental, Inc. Painted during a jam, where we first met Damien Mitchell, SHIRO, Marthalicia, and other very talented Street Artists.
Second mural in Brooklyn on Nostrand Ave in Bed-Stuy. Thank you to PRICESTONE for the wall! It is a little taller than 2 floors and took 3 months to complete!
Located on Chenango Street Downtown as part of Mayor David’s Administration. Historic photo of the City of Binghamton.
Local Faces, Local Places. We worked with Mayor Ryan to implement this project. Bruce and I documented local children and then chose a myriad of them to paint on the wall, recognize anyone?
Mural on parking ramp to celebrate the culmination of a HUGE project called Virtual Reality Parking Ramp Dance Project
My partner in crime, right hand man, business partner Bruce Greig at 2015 Mural Jam in Brooklyn, NY with xMental, Inc. on Halsey Street for the Dream-way Project
Plant Life Next
Alaska Residency 2016