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Tony Bruguiere, Freelance Photographer and Writer

Western Lifestyle, Landscape, Location and Rodeo Photographer/Photojournalist

Tony Bruguiere, a professional photographer with more than 20 years of experience is based in San Antonio, Texas. Tony received his photographic training while serving in the U.S. Navy. In addition to his work as a military photographer, he has worked in portrait and studio photography, industrial photography, sports photography, and photojournalism. His current work is devoted primarily to the West and its ranching and agricultural heritage. His portfolio is a testament to a man who views the world through his lens and includes something for everyone.

Bruguiere has covered many of the largest rodeo events in the USA. Tony has photographed the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR), the cowboy’s version of the super bowl, held each year in Las Vegas Nevada, and the Working Ranch Cowboy Association (WRCA) Finals in Amarillo, Texas. His work has included The Greeley Independence Stampede and Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world’s largest outdoor rodeo.

Bruguiere’s fine art photography has been exhibited at numerous galleries in Colorado. He was invited to display his photograph “Power!” at the prestigious Denver International Art Photography exhibit at Denver International Airport. His work has been selected for exhibition at the Colorado Museum of Fine Art Photography and the Lone Tree Art Show.

Tony’s photojournalism work appears regularly in the Fence Post periodical. He has numerous other publications to his credit including Colorado Life Magazine, Cowboys and Indians Magazine, American Cowboy Magazine, Working Ranch Cowboy Magazine, South Dakota Magazine, Morgan Horse Magazine, Pro Rodeo Sports News (PSN), the PRCA Business Journal, Timed and Tough (A Canadian Rodeo magazine), Spin to Win, The Rodeo News, The Cattleman, and the Greeley Tribune. His work has also been selected to appear in the official programs for both the Greeley Independence Stampede and the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

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