Alfonso Bravo has worked with both national and international magazines such as L´Officiel, Vogue Korea, Vanity Fair, Vogue SposaBella, MujerHoy, XLSemanal, Yo Dona, Rob Report and AD and directed campaigns for several clients including Talents, Suzuki, Cara Cruz Argentina, Promotur Islas Canarias, Avianca, Turismo de Tenerife, Tenerife Moda, Marco Marrero y María Díaz, Peroni Italy, Appletiser, Binter Canarias, Auditorio de Tenerife, Leading Hotels of The World, Bahía del Duque Gran Resort, Estudio de Interiorismo Pascua Ortega, Fourseasons, Swing, Ideal Joyeros, Hotel Botánico Gran Lujo, Bounty & Bounty Atelier, Compañía Cervecera de Canarias, Bienal de Arquitectura y Paisaje, Cabildo de Tenerife, Gobierno de Canarias, Juan Castañeda, Santa Barbara Airlines and Ignos Ingeniería. He has worked for advertising agencies such as DDB Worldwide, MOM, DEC de la red internacional BBDO, Yslandia, La Escalera de Fumío, 1400 grs, JTI, Arco and Mojoverde. His work has been showcased in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, London, Paris, Istanbul, Caracas, Havana, Miami and New York. In 2008 he exhibited at the Miami Freedom Tower work Margaritas, in 2009 exhibits the work Black Air in Miami Art Basel. That same year in New York, showcased Les Feuilles Mortes in Atrium Art Gallery. In 2010 Les Feuilles Mortes was shown in the Consulate of Mexico in Miami, along with Foundation for Contemporary Art and Art Complex Bakhouse. In 2012 he was selected as commissioned artist to create the poster for the prestigious International Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. That same year he received the National Photography Award LUX SILVER 2012 in the category of fashion and beauty. He also receives the first prize of photography TFM. In 2013 he was named and published in the prestigious Hasselblad Bulletin by his work Black over Black.