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 traveled to Europe and studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, Poland. She moved to Paris in 1988 and concentrated her interests on photography. In 1995, Kasia Wandycz joined the Paris Match magazine staff as a photographer. 

Whether it be a walk along the Seine with Robert Doisneau, an intimate day with Brigitte Bardot, capturing Paul Newman's amused smile by the fireplace, or months on a movie set filming in wintery Siberia, 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.

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

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Please contact  Scoop, the Paris Match photographic archive department for photo publication.  Nelly Dhoutaut,   ndhoutaut@lagarderenews.com

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