Carly Sioux

Brooklyn, NY

After almost a decade of conceptually staged photography, Carly Sioux has shifted her focus and is using her keen eye for the dramatic to capture candid moments in time that, as isolated images, often evoke the idea of performance. By playing with available light, flash, and improvisation, Carly captures the intimacy, dynamics, and spontaneity of her subjects. In her most recent work she is resisting the immediacy of digital photography in order to more reverently aggrandize the everyday on film. Carly’s music editorials have been featured in numerous printed publications such as N.Y. Magazine, NY Press, Plan B, Bass Notes, and Diva. Carly also participated in the CMJ panel discussion “A Camera and Some Balls: How to Shoot a Rock Star.”



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