Sandra Bacchi is a Brazilian photographer, based in Pittsburgh, PA. As a visual artist, she blends documentary and conceptual photography with her background in cinematography to find a cohesive conversation between the reality around her and her constant inner inquiries about life. Bacchi’s family dynamic, as she and her parents worked in film production in Brazil. While Sandra's photos document her personal journey, she weaves fiction into the truths to express more open-ended storytelling.
Sandra’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and published in contemporary photography magazines and Zines, such as LensCratch, Edge of Humanity, Don’t Take Picture and Femme Fotale. In 2017, her photographs were part of group shows at The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Houston Center for photography, The Center for Fine Art Photography, A Smith Gallery, City Without Walls and PH21 Galley, among others. In 2018, she attended the Review Santa Fe.