Ana Bloom , is a french artist, photographer, art director. She has also worked with Unicef to create artistic workshops for displaced and migrant children.
Bloom worked in fashion for Kenzo, and as a photo assistant for famous portrait and fashion photographers Michel Comte, Miles Aldridge, Fabrizio Ferri, and Jean-Batiste Mondino, in New York, London, Milan, and Paris..
In her latest series 'Breath' Bloom uses water to make breathing - the most universal and human experience - take on a surrealistic dimension.
Each of the images is slightly out of the control of the photographer, they have no idea how the bubbles of breath will break or form int he water. The bubbles add a layer or filter to the images, this means the shot could be taken 100 times and never repeat. The freedom gives the images their own life and quality.