Bryony Marie Fry, also known as Bright Smoke, is an artist, writer, and musician, who currently lives in Bristol. She was brought up in an environment swarming with creativity as her mother is an artist, and her father is a musician, so the natural progression towards her own creative ventures was inevitable. Throughout 2007-2012, Bryony battled with severe addictions to drugs and alcohol, but after a huge wake up call, upon the death of Amy Winehouse, she made drastic steps towards recovery. Later, she completed a Business Enterprise Course with The Princes Trust, which helped her to set up her own Art & Textiles business, and she also went on to appear in the Channel 4 documentary Addicts Symphony, where she wrote and performed with other recovering addicts and the London Symphony Orchestra. Bryony is now focusing heavily on making a career out of her music, art and writing.