Bryan Banducci (b. 1989)

Born and raised in the SF Bay Area, currently based in Brooklyn.

My work relates to documentation, immediacy and nostalgia. I'm interested in long form stories, athleticism, light and shadows.

I attended San Francisco State University and Studio Arts Center International (Firenze), where I studied photography & journalism.

I like racing bicycles, skateboarding, hiking, camping, eating burritos and exploring new landscapes. Also golden retrievers.

PDN 30 Photographers to Watch Nominee 2017

Pacific Northwest August 2020

Available for editorial and commercial commissions in New York City and everywhere.

bryanbanducci [at] gmail dot com

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Notes from the quar“At Home” for @nytimes 
I don’t really ride or train indoors anymore but riding the rollers is still fun and challenging. Thanks to @lauraoneillnyc for the call. In print yesterday. 
Shout out to anyone trying to come out of quarantine as a brick shithouse. 🧱Archive dig for “feeling of being free” 
35mm from a camera pulled out of a jersey pocket probably in the Presidio on the way back from a sunny ride in the headlands in 2012 or so.Places on Earth (California)Earlier this week I pitched a story about bicycle grocery delivery workers and their rising demand in NYC. The next morning I met Renel from Harlem and went on a delivery run with him from Whole Foods on Bowery. Later in the day I met workers from app based delivery services like Caviar as well as restaurant owners who are being forced to make their own deliveries as workers are staying home to keep their families safe. We’re living through some wild times here in NYC and it was crazy to be out on a bike (at a safe distance!) interacting with people who are so often overlooked.

Proud to have my first assignment for @nytimes properly taking me back to my roots in photojournalism. Huge thanks to @andrewhinderaker for taking a chance on my pitch and introducing me to the writers of this story (online now on the front page - live updates). A brief note to all my photo friends and peers struggling to come to terms with this new landscape we currently find ourselves in: while there is no better feeling than receiving a call from an editor out of the blue to shoot a unexpected commission, I strongly urge people to think critically and pitch stories, constantly. Editors are struggling just as much as we are to come up with original ideas and it’s our job to continue to make the best work we can. We’re all in this together. ❤️For @oakley in 2017... 🌞From the bridge in JanuaryDemisch Danant for Mastermind Magazine

Bicycling Magazine
Bloomberg Green
Captured Tracks
Giant Spoon
Hoka One One
Human NYC
Imprint Projects
Marlow Goods
Mastermind Magazine
Runner’s World
The New York Times

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