Bruce has lived in Midtown with his wife, Lisa Cremin and his two daughters, Kate and Meg, for over 25 years. He has lived in Intown Atlanta nearly all his life and is a graduate of the Atlanta College of Art. As a long-time Midtown resident, Bruce is focused on smart growth, an appreciation for history and the importance of sound and insightful planning and thoughtful partnerships among neighbors, city officials and the business community.
Bruce brings practical experience and passion for our neighborhood. He is an avid cyclist and believes in the importance of safe biking experiences in Midtown, the Beltline and beyond.
He is a member of the Property Committee at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, a Governor and former National Trustee for The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and was a founding Board Member of IMAGE. He is a producer in the film, television and events business and owns Lighting & Production Equipment, Inc., a production firm located nearby on the Westside. His practical, extensive experience in producing major events can help inform good decision-making for the neighborhood and its valuable quality of life.
Over the last forty years, Bruce has been actively involved with many organizations and events that make Atlanta a desirable place to live work and play including: all Event Services at the Carter Presidential Center, The Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project for Habitat for Humanity, the televising of the Peachtree Road Race and numerous other public events, CNN Dialogues, The Trumpet Awards, as well as the planning and construction of numerous theatre facilities and production studios.
With a passion for the Midtown Neighborhood and working knowledge of the community, Bruce seeks to bring his experience and energy to the Midtown Neighbors Association Board.