Artist, storyteller and poet Sam Samore's signature style of over-dimensioned, black-and-white, close-up photographs of people's faces have an otherworldly aura of mysticism about them. His images are often grainy, further extending the abstractness of his work.
He has a weakness for fairytales, history and myths, using those narratives both in his writing and in his photography. His work is often left a little incomplete to give the viewer room for personal reflections.
Samore was born and still lives in New York.