Bryce Alan Flurie is a photographer, filmmaker, and songwriter who lives on his family farm in rural Pennsylvania. As passionate about light as he is about home cooking, his work as a media professional has taken him to Bosnia, Palestine, Israel, Honduras, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, the United Arab Emirates, Niger, Egypt, India, Kenya, Ethiopia, Malawi, Zambia, Uganda, Nigeria, Columbia, Benin, China, and the Philippines.
Bryce spent a dozen years as a corporate photographer and videographer, well-versed in studio lighting, portraiture, event, and product photography (as well as mastering the art of hiding pasty white men’s double chins), he also served as Multimedia Producer for CURE International for almost a decade.
In his role with CURE, Bryce was responsible for producing, directing, and capturing patient story videos and photo essays with an eye for light and life while honoring CURE’s patients by telling their stories with dignity. Though trained to use all the lights in the equipment room, Bryce prefers the key light of the big African sky.
Equal parts indomitable and gregarious and a born raconteur, Bryce found his love of a good story around the dinner table with his father, a man of whom it is said, “never let the facts stand in the way of a good story.”
When he doesn’t have a camera in his hand, Bryce can be found sharing a glass of wine with his wife Jody, debating the age of stinky French cheeses with his three teenage children, stirring a cast iron skillet in his farm house kitchen, singing the songs off his debut record, “Fallowtown,” enjoying the company of his rambunctious beagle, and is regularly clad in a Stetson hat.