Michèle Sennesael is a Belgian photographer, based in NY. She was born in 1974, as a daughter of a gallery owner. Being surrounded by many artists of different disciplines, influenced her to study art.
After completing her studies as a photographer and earning a bachelor of Communication and Media, she worked eight years in Belgium, France, The Netherlands and Spain as an IT specialist for Volvo Europa Trucks. The need to follow her passion and to give a greater meaning and purpose to her live, forced her to quit this career and started working as a photo editor for the biggest Belgian newspaper. In 2010, the earthquake in Haiti inspired her to give up this steady job and came up with the idea of running photography workshops and creating her own projects.
In 2016, she decided to dedicate herself entirely to her passion, and moved to New York.
She currently studies Electronic integrated Arts at Alfred University's MFA program to expand and push herself to a new level.