Sandra Mickiewicz is a Polish documentary photographer who lives and works in North London. In 2007, her family immigrated to United Kingdom, where she started to develop her skills in painting and drawing. She discovered photography at the age of 15. Since that time, Sandra uses her camera as a tool to communicate with the world. She is drawn into a very ordinary and conventional moments in our everyday life, which she documents by exploring portraiture and landscape photography.
In 2018 she graduated from Middlesex Univeristy in London where she studied photography. Her work was exhibited in London and the last project called “Happy Club” was a part of Free Range Show in 2018.
“Photography allows me to see, explore and understand the world in a way that I cannot put into the words using the ink. This is why I use the light. "
BJP, Portrait of Britain 2019, Winner and shortlisted
Free Range Show, Old Truman Brewery, London 2018
Middlesex Degree Show, Old Truman Brewery, London 2018
Middlesex Photographic Portrait Prize, London 2018
Beneath, Four Corners Gallery, London, 2017
Attico Art Centre, Watford, 2015
Then There Was Us, 2019
Lupe VI, 2018
Hoxton Mini Press, Portrait of Britain Vol 2. 2019