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Sam Stone is best known for his cinematic hyper realistic photographs, taken as if they were enigmatic stills from forgotten family films. These images are created to pursue the ideals of 'living nostalgia' and voyeurism. He explores themes of detachment, observation, and lack of intimacy as central pillars of his work.

Booooooom, March 2016: Photographer Spotlight

Fubiz, April 2016: Neon Lights Photography Series by Sam Stone

Noice Magazine, July 2016: The Island, by Sam Stone

Format Magazine, November 2016: 20 Photos from the New Generation of Suburban Photography

Booooooom,December 2016: Top 75 Photos from 75 Photographers in 2016

Format Magazine, January 2017: Sam Stone's Lonely American Landscape

The 405, March 2017: Art Spotlight: Sam Stone

GUP Magazine, May 2017: Instagram Takeover

Ain't Bad Magazine, June 2017: Featured Photographer: Sam Stone

The Archive Collective, January 2018: 15 Landscape and Nature Photographers We Found on Format

GUP Magazine, January 2018: Featured Portfolio: Just Passing Through

Nikon USA, February 2018: One of 100 seleted photographers to commemorate 100 years of Nikon

Booooooom, July 2018: Series Premiere: Ode to New York

Gallery of Modern Art Space Place, Nizhny Tagil, Russia, October 2018: Solo exhibition "Just Passing Through"

Sojourn Arts + Culture, Louisville, Kentucky, November 2018: Group show "Roadside Jesus"

Nizhny Tagil Museum of Fine Arts, Nizhny Tagil, Russia, November 2018: Solo exhibition "Sam Stone, Just Passing Through"

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