A top male model Best known as “the Calvin Klein man”. Discovered while he was a lifeguard by Bruce Weber.
Studied clinical psychology at West Chester University. A Cornell graduate with a degree in Asian studies.
Has black belts in Aikido and Jujitsu, and studied under the Guru Maharaji. Played professional basketball in Sweden. Married, with two children.
He’s currently lives in Pacific Palisades in California. One of the worlds leading wedding photographers, and an accomplished surfer. He usually surfs at Malibu in his spare time.
In the glamorous galaxy of modeling, Bruce Hulse was a supernova. Taken under the wing of famed photographer Bruce Weber as a fledgling model, Hulse went on to collaborate with the industry’s biggest names as one of the world’s top male models.
Bruce Hulse is one of the most recognizable figures of that time.
In the 1980s and 1990s, the exciting world of top models was filled with sex, drugs, and countless other indulgences; from his iconic Calvin Klein and Levi’s ads to his appearance on the cover of GQ, his face defined an era.
Bruce Hulse pulls back the curtain on the life of an international supermodel and reveals everything the cameras don’t expose.
Bruce Hulse pulls back the curtain on the life of an international supermodel and reveals everything the cameras don’t expose. Love & Fashion is a dishy, sexy, and honest look at what really happens to beautiful people playing in the often decadent fields of fashion glory.
In this updated edition, which includes a bonus epilogue, Bruce Hulse revisits his life where his memoir ended. Readers find Hulse as a successful model of age. While most models fade away with age, Bruce’s career continues to thrive. And while living through many perils, Bruce tells, for the first in print, of his recent near-death experience that forever changed his life. Hulse comments that he not only is a survivor, but first and foremost – a model. Older, grayer, and without a doubt – wiser.
Today, Bruce is an accomplished surfer, a professional photographer, and continues to be one of the longest-working models in the industry.
“The book is an enjoyable, easy read filled with lots of sexual encounters….the book also offers a critical, philosophical look at the culture of modeling.”– Business Model Magazine
“A favorite of photographer Bruce Weber and über-designer Calvin Klein, Hulse was the chiseled, muscular, heavily oiled and mainly nude protagonist of high-end fashion ads for years.”– The Guardian
Pictures taken from LA Models’ Bruce Hulse profile.
Follow Bruce on the gram, @brucewhulse