Bruce Haley (born 16 January 1957, Alameda, California) is the recipient of the Robert Capa Gold Medal, one of the most prestigious photography awards, for his 1990 coverage of Burma‘s bloody ethnic civil war.
He began his career in 1988, in Afghanistan and went on to photograph areas of conflict in Asia, Africa, Europe and the former Soviet Union. His images of a grisly execution by stabbing in Burma were particularly noteworthy. He wrote for the Baltimore Sun, helping to break the story of the famine in Somalia. Later, he transitioned to non-military subjects.