Sandra Mickiewicz is a Polish documentary and portrait photographer who lives and works in London. In 2007, her family immigrated to the United Kingdom, where she started to develop her skills in painting and drawing. She discovered photography at the age of 15. In 2018, Sandra graduated from Middlesex University in London where she studied photography.

She is drawn into very ordinary and conventional moments in our everyday life. Sandra is really inspired by people and their stories. She loves to work on personal projects which allows her to photograph whatever she wants, starting from acrobats in the small circuses to larger communities and strangers which she finds difficult and really challenging to photograph. 

Her photographs were exhibited in the UK and internationally. Sandra's work has been published by The New York Times, The New Yorker and Financial Times.

Sandra is fascinated about analogue photography. She mainly shoots on medium format cameras and prints her own work in the darkroom. She is influenced by photographers like Alec Soth, Jamie Hawkesworth, Diane Arbus and Marry Ellen Mark.



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