Pascale Roux de Bezieux
As a native Parisian, photographer Pascale Roux de Bézieux, never expected to feel such an immediate and intimate connection to NYC, having moved here 7 years ago. But especially while living through, witnessing and capturing the city during the pandemic and the lockdown, she felt deeply grateful to have been fully adopted by this magnificent city.
Pascale‘s intent is to capture the emotion and essence of the human condition and life, in tandem with the complexity of this city.
In her own words: “NYC’s unique contradictory nature - vibrant, yet often lonely; playful, yet at times deeply sad; stark, yet deeply personable - is mesmerizing to me as a photographer. Through my intimate storytelling - from minimalist black and white photographs, to an expressive peculiar moment - I would love to gradually dissolve these ‘captured scenes’ into a more expanded human study. I want to capture delicate and special moment in the ordinary of human situations, with the intimacy and straightforwardness of my lense.”