Based in Calgary, Canada, Bryce began making photographs while studying journalism at SAIT. Since graduating, he has shot and produced editorial images for a number of national and international publications while travelling and living abroad.
Following years of work as a chef, Bryce's fine art visual work has focused on how systems of food production have been transformed rapidly, including the lives of those who produce food and their systems of belief. Oft discarded scenes are frequently put to use to share stories of how these processes relate to the land, and our shared human experience.
A selection of images from the series Plain sight, a photographic survey of uninhabited private rural spaces are in the permanent collection of Bow Valley College, and a selection of images from the series were also featured in Picnic, an arts/photography magazine in Mexico.
Clients include Corbis, Veer, Report on Business, The Globe and Mail, The Calgary Herald, Swerve, Avenue, Unlimited, CJSW, Alberta Venture, Metro (Thailand) and TANK (UK). Bryce's images have also appeared in the Edmonton Journal, the Province, the Vancouver Sun, the Ottawa Citizen, Torontoist, domusweb.it, this.org and Public 45.