Location:New York City, NY, United States
He made a great impression with the photo book "Open Wound: Chechnya 1994-2003", published by Trolley. Also successful is “Black Passport”, photographed and lived by Stanley, compiled by Teun van der Heijden, was published in 2009 and published by Schilt Publishing, Amsterdam.
In the summer of 2010, to mark the fifth commemoration of Hurricane Katrina, Stanley exhibited images of Katrina’s devastation and the aftermath in a truck-exhibition that drove from Houston to New Orleans in collaboration with Kadir van Lohuizen.
Stanley continues to cover important world events and recently followed the trail of electronic waste to Nigeria, India, China and Pakistan; a project realized with the support of the Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, GEO France and exhibited at the international photojournalism festival Visa pour l'Image 2012.
Stanley's black and white silver prints are printed by Nathalie Lopparelli's Atelier Fenêtre sur Cour, in Paris. In her long career, Nathalie has printed for Brassaï, William Klein, Gérard Rondeau, was the personal printer of Sébastiao Salgado and has worked extensively for Magnum.">
Missing out on this year's edition of Visa Pour l'Image? At least you can enjoy 52 great images from the program and an interview with the legendary festival director who started it all.
Before photographing conflicts around the world, photojournalist Stanley Greene was on the front lines of San Francisco's punk scene.