Sandee Pawan

Sandee Pawan (born August 25, 1976) was raised in Paris, France

Sandee begins her career as a graphic designer then goes on to work as an Art Director for a top Web design agency at only age 23. She experiences a soaring ascent in her career, when she decides to purchase an open ticket to Asia. She is quickly noticed by the leading south east Asia photo agency OnAsia. In less than three years, Sandee's infatuating works are published in over twenty international magazines and newspapers, such as The Guardian (UK), The Wall Street Journal, editions Hatier, Maxim, Stuff... In 2007, she receives a contract with world renowned agency SIPA Press (New York City). In 2008, she joins Las Vegas leading photo studio 'Star Studios Elite' and works as photographer and Art Director for several artists, casinos and nightclubs projects. Her most creative visuals are exhibited in Europe, Africa and North America. In 2010, the Embassy of France sponsors her photo exhibition «My Everyday Little Pain» in North Africa. In 2011, Sandee is chosen among 300 renowned artists, by a panel of Art celebrities to exhibit some of her artsy pieces at the Frank Frazetta Tribute in Chicago. She receives a large media coverage by The Chicago Tribune website. In 2012, she is once again sponsored by the Embassy of France to give several conferences about Fashion Photography. She also exhibits her best editorial shots at her solo show "Fashionista" at the "Institut de France". The same year, she is featured at "SNAP!" The biggest photo festival in Florida, along with recording artist MOBY. The event is predicted to draw over four thousand visitors in three days, and her project "Kisetsu – The Four Seasons in Japan" is exhibited at the Museum of Arts of Orlando, Florida.

Sandee now resides permanently in New York City, USA. She is a perfectionist with an uncommon taste for conceptual art and dynamic lines, which make her one of the most recommended artists today.