Indianapolis, Indiana native Albert Bracken has always had an artistic eye. Currently 30, he's expressed this creativity through several mediums including studying architecture, music performance, music composition, writing, choreography, videography, and photography. The recipient of a partial scholarship to play french horn at a major university,he turned down the opportunity and graduated from Ball State University in 2012 with a degree in psychology and in 2019 with a degree in urban design.
Al has gone on to have work featured in the portfolios of models represented by Ford, Wilhelmina Los Angeles and New York, Red Models, State Management and others across the country. Al has been featured online and in print for a few publications including Vogue Italia and Pattern Magazine among others.
As of August 2018, Al balances his studies as a Ball State University Master of Urban Design candidate and work as a freelance photographer. He gives all praises and glory to God whom he believes is responsible for giving him the ability to do anything. Al believes the essence of life is to learn what is means to love God and build relationships with and serve other people.