Bruce Hulse has been a top male supermodel for over two decades and is perhaps best known for being "the Calvin Klein man." Throughout the course of his career, Bruce has graced catwalks in Milan, Miami, Paris, New York, London, Tokyo, and the South Pacific. He has appeared in nearly every major designer's ad campaigns as well as in numerous fashion magazines and TV spots.
Since being discovered, while lifeguarding, by distinguished photographer Bruce Weber, Bruce has been shot by many of the most prominent fashion photographers in the business, including Herb Ritts, Ellen Von Unworth, Mario Testino, and Walter Chin. Bruce knows how to transform himself into any look that the fashion and advertising industries can devise. Some of the personas Bruce has been photographed as include rugged cowboy, adventurer, motorcycle stud, rogue, lover, distinguished businessman, and yuppie dad.
Bruce has a background that sets him apart from any model, male or female. His scholastic degrees, love of learning, and aptitude for activities both physical and metaphysical make him a gifted and passionate storyteller. He is a Cornell graduate with a degree in Asian studies. An accomplished athlete in college, he went on to play professional basketball in Sweden.
Later, Bruce attended graduate student at West Chester University, where he focused on clinical psychology. Bruce also has black belts in Aikido and Jujitsu, and studied under the Guru Maharaji. Today, Bruce is both an accomplished surfer and happily married, two attributes which continue to help him survive the pressures of the modeling circuit.