Born in 1984. Lives & works in Paris.
Stanley Leroux endeavours to depict wilderness areas that have been ignored and threatened by human pressure. Drawing his inspiration from pictorial art, he cultivates a poetic gaze imbued with reverie.
With a resolutely surrealist inclination, his images are taken as soon as the shot is taken. This approach has earned him, among other things, a nomination for the Wildlife Photographer of The Year and two gold medals from the Société Nationale des Beaux Arts, becoming the youngest French photographer to receive this distinction.
His photographs have been exhibited at the Minato Mirai (Japan), the Galerie Another Way (Paris), the Carrousel du Louvre and the Salon de la Photo, where he was also invited to the Grandes Rencontres.
Stanley Leroux is committed to lending his voice to the preservation of the planet. Invited to speak at the GoodPlanet Foundation, his images have also been used in their communication by WWF Australia, Birdlife International, and the Museum of Natural History in London.
His work as an author has been featured on the cover of Réponses Photo and has been highlighted by, among others, The Huffington Post, GEO and France Inter.
His second book, "Rêveries, les éléments de l'incertitude", was published by Editions Stellar in 2019, under the patronage of the French National Commission for UNESCO.
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