Sarah Witt is a French author and photographer born in 1993. 
She discovered photography through her family's analog cameras and learnt about film photography and darkroom techniques as an autodidact. Summer 2015, she worked as an air hostess and started taking pictures from all the different countries she was flying. Her first images were inspired by the many places she discovered and people met on the way. 
She graduated in international relations and after 5 years working in Paris, she decided to dedicate her time to photography in 2020.
Since then, she collaborates with brands while keeping her artistic vision and an acute eye for details. She creates imagery across the genres of fashion, still life, portrait and sport photography. Her work has been presented at different exhibitions in France : at Espace Voltaire (Paris), gallery Hors Cadre (Biarritz), gallery La Taille de mon âme (Biarritz), and gallery Poltred (Lyon).  
In 2021, she started working as a photojournalist. She collaborates with press media such as Zadig le mag and Vice. She works on the subject of  women emancipation through sport and recently joined Elles font la culture where she is engaged to reduce gender inequality in photography. 
She actually lives and work from Biarritz, France. 

06.82.34.48.17
wittsarah.photos@gmail.com
Comme en plein jour, Galerie Hors Cadre, Biarritz, 2021
Expositions individuelles :

La Vague, Colors of Surfing, Biarritz, 2020
- La Vague, Galerie Poltred, Lyon, 2020
- A Day in Siargao, Les Matins Blancs, Paris, 2019
- A Day in Siargao, Le Local, Biarritz, 2019
- Voyage à deux, Le Troisième Café, Paris, 2019
- Invitation au Voyage, Le Hasard Ludique, 
en partenariat avec Le Bonbon et Transavia Airline, Paris, 2018,
Expositions collectives :

- Le Sport dans l'objectif des photographes femmes,
Le Consulat Voltaire, Paris, 2022 (membre du jury)
- Analog Sport Festival, Espace Voltaire, Paris, 2021
- Comme en plein jour, Galerie Hors Cadre, Biarritz 2021
- La Vague, Galerie La Taille de Mon Âme, 2021
Caras Cubanas et Colors of India, Galerie Poltred, Lyon, 2019

Analog Sport Festival, Espace Voltaire, Paris, 2021
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