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We’re showing some love for tour-de-force, Kamila K Stanley. Shooting predominantly in deliciously grainy 35mm film, her images are full of dusty colours and sunset hues. Delicate double exposure and light flashes. Cloudy textures and shimmering aberrations. In our limelight series, we meet the faces behind the art and photography in our magazine. Feed your hunger for seductive visuals and learn more about one of London’s greatest photographic talents.
Working for Subbacultcha, Stanley’s camera lens has been directed at Organ Tapes, Shygirl and Reckonwrong. Have a peruse through her dreamy portraiture below.
Kamila is British-Polish and grew up in France. A wanderer at heart, she’s also lived in Spain, Argentina, Chile and Brazil, and most recently, London. Her travel photography – self-described as ‘the National Geographic on acid’ – blurs like the line between a personal adventure diary, magic and documentarian footage. Follow the link to her artist page and explore her extended portfolio that includes commissions for VICE, Dazed & Confused, i-D, The Huffington Post, and others. She has also been showcased in galleries and festivals worldwide, including MoMA PS1, Paris Photo, Betahaus Gallery, and Foyles Charing Cross.