Bryan Brock (b.1980) is a multi-disciplinary artist & photographer based in Toronto, Canada. After nearly two decades as a professional in the creative arts & entertainment industry, he is exploring what it means to be a solo artist.

As a street photographer, he documents the beautiful and often untold stories of everyday people living in the city. His work explores a variety of societal themes including race, community, class and capitalism.

His first solo exhibit was held in Toronto in 2020, followed by a select number of group shows in New York and Seattle from 2021-2022. His work was also featured in Adobe Lightroom’s online gallery entitled “Life Reflected”, curated by famed photographer Andre D. Wagner.

Brock recently self-published his first photo book “Same-Difference”, in collaboration with New York-based photographer Sen Floyd. Selected works from both photographers were published in Sharp Magazine and are on display at Livestock.

Brock is currently working on a long-term documentary photo project.

Same-Difference, Cry Baby Gallery, Toronto 2022
Funding Provided by the Ontario Arts Council

Same-Difference, On The Fringe Gallery, New York, 2022
Walk On By, Only One Gallery, Toronto, 2020

Celebrating The Wins
, Seaport District, New York, 2021 (Group Show)
The Feels, Axis Gallery, Seattle, 2020 (Group Show)
a“muse”um,  Private Online Gallery, 2020 (Group Show)

i-D Magazine (Online), My January In A Photo, 2021
Adobe Lightroom, “Life Reflected”, Curated by Andre D. Wagner, 2021

Sharp Magazine, Same-Difference, 2022
Pigeons & Planes, How Foreign Films Shaped DVSN’s Gorgeous New Album ‘Morning After’, 2017

Same-Difference, Bryan Brock & Sen Floyd, Soho House Toronto, 2022
Canon Futures Program, Brand Building Workshop, Canada, 2022
The Creator Class, The Making of The ‘Morning After’ Visuals, 2017