I’m Troy, a photographer with experience in location scouting and fashion photography. Also, a speaker, writer, and aspiring media producer, I have a track record of catering for underrepresented communities home and abroad, as well as aiding HIV-infected children. I’m a Media Studies major at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.
Troy Bronson is an American photographer who discovered his unique approach to photography at age ten. He has numerous school and state awards under his belt, alongside a strong background in fashion photography. Troy worked for the Oscar Nominee French Director of the animated film Madagascar, making his big photo debut as a location scout. He has scouted for several other high profile film directors, with his works broadcasting in several countries around the globe.
Of Native American and Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry, Troy was born in Seattle, Washington. When he was only eight months old, however, his parents abandoned him in Sinaloa, Mexico, one of the world’s most notorious states known for its extreme violence and high involvement in drug trafficking. Tracked down and rescued by his grandma, she raised him singlehandedly, setting him up for success until after high school when he returned back to America to further his education, enduring racism. After studying at Santa Monica College, California, he bagged enough credits to transfer to the University of California, Berkeley—the number one public university in the world—where he currently majors in Media Studies.
Also a reputable speaker and a volunteer at nonprofits, Troy has traveled to over 30 countries for work, study and leisure. Amongst them is South Africa where he aided abandoned kids living with HIV. He strives to inspire others and guide them to success so they do not have to go through half of the things he endured as a child. While he continues to grow in the entertainment industry, he never loses sight of his dream of creating a Foundation to aid underrepresented communities in the U.S and other parts of the world.