Sandee Pawan (born August 25, 1976 in Paris) is a French photographer, film director and synesthetic artist.
She began her career as a graphic designer, then went on to work as an Art Director for a top Web design agency.
She experienced a soaring ascent in her career, when she decided to become a photojournalist in Asia. She was quickly noticed by the leading south east asian photo agency On Asia (Now Light Rocket) in 2005, then by internationally renowned press agency SIPA in New York City, in 2007.
In 2008, she joined Las Vegas leading photo studio 'Star Studios Elite' and worked as photographer and Art Director for several artists, casinos and nightclubs projects.
Her visuals are exhibited internationally : The Embassy of France sponsored her photo exhibitions «My Everyday Little Pain» in North Africa in 2010, “Fashionista” in 2012 and "Four Seasons" in 2013. she is also chosen among 300 renowned artists by a panel of art celebrities to exhibit some of her most artsy pieces at the Frank Frazetta Tribute in Chicago, in 2011.
She was featured at SNAP, the biggest photo festival in Florida, along with recording artist Moby, in May 2012. She now directs music videos, such as french mainstream artist NUTTEA’s “Hero”, played on MTV and Trace TV in 2013.
Her works are internationally published in magazines and daily newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Stuff, Maxim, El Watan...