Roy Stuart (photographer)  

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Roy Stuart (born October 25, 1962, in New York City) is an American photographer and director who lives in Paris. His books are published by Taschen. One of the characteristics of the photographs of Roy Stuart is an astute blending of glamour photography and pornography which puts a strong emphasis on female models, narrativity and hints of sadomasochism.

Contemporaries include Tony Ward, Trevor Watson, Chas Ray Krider and Jacques Bourboulon.

He also directed a movie, Giulia.

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