Stanley Bloom

Stanley Bloom was born in 1987 in Versailles and works in Paris as a freelancer. Photography has always been a deep passion and graphic design the complement and a great influence for his aesthetic vision. As an image maker and storyteller, his sensual visual language depicts the beauty hidden in everyday life, but the true subject that remains in his work is the light. He created and currently curates a new contemporary photography platform called Velvet Eyes.

FOA - Fields of Attraction, Nîmes, August 2014

FOA – Fields of Attraction, Nîmes, August 2014

Door, Velizy, December 2014

Door, Velizy, December 2014

Conversation between hosepipes & bamboos, September 2014

Conversation between hosepipes & bamboos, September 2014

Hills, Saint-Roman-de-Codières, August 2014

Hills, Saint-Roman-de-Codières, August 2014

Like magnets attracting and rejecting each other, the series Fields of Attraction initiates a dialog between the land and the man. Most of the time humans dominate the space, but sometimes nature takes over again: they adapt one after the other. Through this duality emerges a certain fragility. Seeking the inexorable beauty that hides in these forgotten sceneries, he sometimes finds stability within this impermanence.

Hydrant, Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort, August 2014

Hydrant, Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort, August 2014

Le Teich parc, August 2014

Le Teich parc, August 2014

Parking, Buc, March 2014

Parking, Buc, March 2014

Back Door, Bièvres, October 2014

Back Door, Bièvres, October 2014

Sand sunset, Saclay, july 2014

Sand sunset, Saclay, july 2014

Hosepipe, Velizy, March 2014

Hosepipe, Velizy, March 2014

Playground, Saint-Roman-de-Codières, August 2015

Playground, Saint-Roman-de-Codières, August 2015

Sunset, Chemin de Viltain, October 2014

Sunset, Chemin de Viltain, October 2014

Street lamp, Buc, November 2014

Street lamp, Buc, November 2014

Clod, Bièvres, October 2014

Clod, Bièvres, October 2014

Parking, ZA - Buc, December 2014

Parking, ZA – Buc, December 2014

To view more of Stanley’s work, please visit his website.



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