Sunday, 20 May 2012

Desiree Dolron

Desiree Dolron's photography project Gaze portrays people in various states of underwater submersion. She uses focuses on the personal experience of the person, expressive and serine. None of the people featured in the work use their gaze to draw in the audience, they are ignorant of the viewer - lost in their world of complete fantasy. The resulted images are extrememly powerful and intimate and reflect the ethereal beauty in human nature.
She creates a mythology blurring the lines between life and death.


  1. i've seen a lot of these underwater photographs, but these really are something else! they are so dreamy and remind me of a book I had when i was little called 'Water Babies'.

  2. This is so cool. That was not very eloquent but this is cool. So.