A love of beauty brought Bgolls to the DeRose Method in 2010. His artistic prowess and creativity naturally paired with the techniques and concepts of the practice.
He trained in Rio de Janeiro (where the DeRose Method originated) right after graduating in graphic design and photography.
Bruno takes great joy from his work: whether teaching, training, or presenting choreographies, he feels he is always challenging students and colleagues to further their unique skills, in all areas of life, and always ‘in an aesthetic way’.
When not at Ady Centre, you can find Bruno around Soho in search of the perfect cup of coffee, or studying dinosaurs at the National History Museum.