Carly Sioux is a provocateur with a camera, boldly exploring ways that candid images can liberate us from the mundane surface of the photographic into a place where the everyday is condensed, revered, even aggrandized. Armed with the simplest point-and-shoot 35mm camera, Carly creates deftly composed photographic treasures, which capture unrepeatable moments of human intimacy and spontaneity. These moments, showcased as isolated images, evoke the essence of performance and embrace the endless dynamic dance between humans and their environment.
Carly’s photographs and photo essays have been featured in numerous publications, including N.Y. Magazine, Huffington Post, NY Press, Timeout, Travel + Leisure, Bust, The Printed Blog, and Bass Notes. Carly is also a regular contributor for Impose Magazine and is the founder of Social Realist. Based in Brooklyn, NY, she is a tireless, thought-provoking blogger and Twitter broadcaster.