Bryan Brock is a multi-disciplinary artist & photographer currently based in Toronto, Canada. His unique ability to combine his love of art, music, fashion and design has allowed him to succeed as a creative entrepreneur, working with major brands like Nike, Levi’s, Heineken, American Express, Adidas and Roots Canada.

As a Creative Director, he’s worked with a variety of recording artists, most notably DVSN, made up of Grammy award-winning producer Nineteen85 and singer/song-writer Daniel Daley. Brock photographed and designed the now iconic “Morning After” album cover, which garnered press from major online outlets such as High Snobiety, Pigeons & Planes and Complex.

Humbled by his successes as a creative director, designer and business owner, his most rewarding experiences have come from mentoring youth within the underserved BIPOC communities of Toronto. For over a decade, Brock has dedicated his time and energy as the Director of the Creative Arts program for the non-profit charitable organization known as The Remix Project. The organization was created to help level the playing field for talented youth who face barriers in pursuing careers in the arts & entertainment industry.

After nearly two decades as a professional in the creative arts & entertainment industry, he is exploring what it means to be an artist again. His first solo photography exhibit entitled “Walk On By” launched January 2020 at the Only One Gallery in Toronto. Shortly thereafter, he was invited to be the first international artist featured in Seattle’s annual group exhibit entitled “The Feels”. In 2021, he shared his work in New York City’s Seaport District as part of the Street Dreams Magazine group exhibit entitled “Celebrating The Wins”. His work was also featured later that year in Adobe Lightrooms online gallery entitled “Life Reflected”, curated by photographer Andre D. Wagner. 

Brock recently self-published his first photo book in collaboration with New York-based photographer Sen Floyd, accompanied by a gallery tour and book launch in both Toronto and New York City during the summer of 2022.
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