Judd Brucke is a multi-disciplinary artist who works within the cross sections of illustration, painting, photography and filmmaking. He explores themes that include: animal welfare, landscape, and urban architecture, with a primary aim to build bridges between human and non-human animals.
Brucke was a founding member of the Glasgow (UK) based art collective ‘85A’, and more recently collaborates with the artist Whitehall to produce fiction / non-fiction films and documentary photography. He made his first feature in 2013 [CHERNOZEM (Black Earth)] and has completed an experimental documentary called: TRANS-LEITMOTIF: A Cinematic Portrait of Toronto + Hamilton.
Currently, Brucke is completing a series of illustrations that exposes animal exploitation and consumer culture.