Bruce Cardwell is a practising folk musician, playing flute, Cittern, Guitar, Whistle, Uilleann Pipes and Northumbrian Smallpipes. He has appeared in Wales, Britain, Ireland and Europe. His extensive experience and musicianship gives him an invaluable personal insight into lives of his fellow musicians and the world of music in Wales. Noteworthy accompanies a touring exhibition of his photographs, culminating at the National Library of Wales.
Bruce's connection with horses goes back to his childhood in Ireland. A long career in the world of the horse includes work with organisations as various as William Hill and the National Trust, a stud farm in the Cotswolds, a millionaire’s stables in Greece and a rest home for horses in Buckinghamshire. He has also trained show-jumpers and owned horses to ride and drive. He has lived in West Wales for many years and is now resident in Aberystwyth.