Bryce Evans is a self-taught artist and photographer whose work continues to explore and experiment with the undulating balance of life. Evans’ works range from exaggerated minimalism to overwhelming patterns that represent the variety of experiences and emotions within us. He aims to drive positive social change in the world through evoking emotion and provoking thought within the viewer.
He founded The One Project in 2010 to help people tell their stories, empower themselves, and inspire others to do the same. It is an online collaborative community to inspire people out of depression and into their dreams by revealing the misconceptions of loneliness through media and interaction.
In 2013, his photography was chosen to be shown in a solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Calgary and also displayed on over 300 Pattison Onestop screens in 42 malls across Canada for two weeks during Pop-Up Gallery: Retail Revolution and National Youth Arts Week. His work has been exhibited across Canada, won multiple national contests and awards, and commissioned by LUSH Cosmetics to adapt his #EraseBullying concept for a campaign across North America. Evans was invited to exhibit and present The One Project at Perugia Social Photo Fest in Perugia, Italy during November of 2013 —representing Canada in the exhibitions.