Bruno was born and raised in Ivrea, a small town close to Turin, Italy.
He graduated with a BA in Communication’s Sciences from the University of Turin with a thesis in Semiotic of Text on “Mulholland Drive” by David Lynch.
From 2006 to 2008 he worked as Art Director in Advertising for International Agencies in Milan, Italy. Relocated to Los Angeles in 2008 to follow his passion for filmmaking he was recipient of the “Brett Ratner Grant” and he attended the New York Film Academy at the Universal Studios. While at the NYFA, he wrote and directed several short films and music videos and he was interviewed by Movie Maker Magazine as the next emerging talented Director in 2009. His works were selected to be shown at many festivals all around the world, from The Biennale of Venice - Italy, to The School of Visual Arts in New York. He’s primarily known for his 25 minutes short film “The Day the Music Died”, an outstanding story inspired by the trailblazing music and tragic end of Buddy Holly, a modern-day depiction whose character seeks success in a contemporary, surreal Los Angeles.
He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA, working on commercials, music videos and on his feature film debut.