Bruce has been a photographer for over 30 years. At a young age Bruce mentored under his father, Armand Bouley, who was an outstanding landscape photographer in Connecticut. Beginning his journey into the would of photography with a small point and shoot film camera. Bruce joined the military and continued his education in photography in Photographic Intelligence. After completing his military obligation he join a police department in Connecticut and quickly became the departments Police Photographer and attended classes for forensic photography. While on the police department he also owned and operated Rose City Photography, a successful photography studio, specializing in portraiture and wedding photography. Bruce eventually sold the photography studio to continue his full time career as a police officer. Bruce retied from the police department and eventually took a position as Director of Safety at a local hospital in Connecticut.
In 2007 Bruce was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. It was at this time Bruce and his wife Donna, of over 40 years, decided to take and early retirement. After selling their home in Connecticut they relocated to Ocala, Florida. Bruce is still active with his photography and recently organize the Stone Creek Photography Club in the active adult community where they live. Bruce has had the opportunity to use many types of cameras from the point and shoot film cameras, to the medium format cameras, to the new digital SLR cameras.
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