Gerald Bruneau started his professional life in New York in the nineteen seventies collaborating in Andy Warhol’s factory, doing portraits and reportages in the United States. In the Eighties he moves to Italy where he starts working as a freelance for prestigious magazines. He has done social reportages in Kurdistan, Israel, Palestine, Albania, Mexico and Chapas, on death penalty in Texas and drug addiction in New York. He also covered subjects like Blues in Mississippi, New artistic trends in New Mexico. In Italy he realised essays on Heretic scientists, Neapolitan new melodic musicians. His most known portraits are Ciampi, Andreotti, Cossiga, Prodi, Dario Fo, Pavarotti, Zucchero, Shumacher, Totti, De Laurentis, Penelope Cruz. His works have been published in the most important Italian and foreign magazines such as Washington Post, Time, Newsweek, Le Figaro, Le Monde.