Of Polish origin, Kasia Wandycz was born and raised in the United States.  After a B.A degree in graphic design and advertising in Connecticut, she travels to Europe and studies painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, Poland.  She moves to Paris in 1988 and concentrates her interests on photography.In 1995, Kasia Wandycz joins the Paris Match magazine staff as a photographer. 

Whether it be a walk along the Seine with Robert Doisneau, an exclusive interview with George Soros, capturing Paul Newman's amused smile by the fireplace, or exploring the Klondike Territory with adventurer Nicolas Vanier, Kasia Wandycz's photographs portray a simple elegance. Her sensitive eye for detail and a natural in human relations captures the essence of the subject. Her photographic assignments vary from travels abroad (Australia, Greenland, India, Egypt), encounters with upcoming stars (Corneille, Sara Forestier, Natalie Dessay), and original themes (the Eiffel tower in red, backstage at the french oscars...).

Kasia Wandycz is the author of a photographic hommage to dogs, published in 2005 by Assouline, entitled "Cabots, chiens de stars".

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Archives are available to publications from Scoop, the Paris Match photographic archive service. 

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