Bryan Moore started his sculpting career in 1984 working on many films and television shows in the horror genre' beginning with the television series "Tales from the Darkside". In the latter half of the decade he was fortunate enough to find work in several FX workshops and laboratories, including a stint at Rick Baker's legendary shop in addition to many others.
Following an apprenticeship for Italian restorative sculptor Fabrizio Alatore' at the Celebrated Cemetery of the Capuchin Monks in the Crypt of the Resurrection, Moore began to view the purpose of his work differently and began shifting into a different phase of his chosen discipline. While he enjoyed a five year staff position at Mattel Toys sculpting everything from Buzz Lightyear to Barbie shoes, he quietly began to follow the edict "Invest In Yourself".
Helping to launch the "garage kit" hobby in the United States by sculpting collector figures of classic movie monsters in the pioneering days of that field, he would usually stay up most nights studying art of a religious nature, particularly the engravings of Gustav Dore' found in Milton's "Paradise Lost" and Dante's "The Inferno" and finding the image of the Devil as a romantic anti-hero a catalyst to inspiration.
Another staff sculpting position at the sports collectible company Upper Deck helped keep Moore's footing in the private collectible industry vibrant as his limited editions of occult and literary busts and figures would routinely sell out.
Through it all Moore would often indulge his personal passions producing live events such as the Satanic High Mass at the Steve Allen Theater in Los Angeles, his first film adaptation of an H.P. Lovecraft story "Cool Air", the Boston production of Jeffrey Combs' one man show of "Nevermore", restoring over a dozen classic Cadillacs of the fifties and sixties as well as curating several hearse exhibits at the Petersen Automotive Museum on the Miracle Mile in California.
As the crowdsourcing wave took the artistic world by storm for independent artists to realize their visions, Moore took full advantage of this funding platform by successfully launching and completing several campaigns to place lifesize bronze busts in libraries across the globe of authors he was influenced by: H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe and Bram Stoker as well as making donations to children's literacy programs in each respective library.
Currently, Moore is working on his long awaited film adaptation of Lovecraft's epic "The Shadow over Innsmouth" as well as beginning a new quartet of sculptures depicting degrees of emotional studies of the fallen Satan.