Sandra-Lee Phipps is a passionate fine art photographer, documentarian, and educator. Ms. Phipps is a full-time faculty member and Professor of Photography at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta Georgia and is represented in the Southeast by Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta Georgia. Ms. Phipps worked extensively for the Village Voice Newspaper in the 1990’s- shooting the street-style column “On the Street” and the columns “Money” and “Shelter” -as well as many demonstrations specifically related to women’s rights. Ms. Phipps holds a B.A. in Journalism from The University of Georgia, Athens Georgia and a Master’s of Art in Studio Arts degree from New York University. Ms. Phipps free-lanced extensively for The New York Times, Reader’s Digest, Vanity Fair, The Sun Magazine, and the Washington Post Magazine. Her work is held in numerous private collections worldwide- most recently the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Georgia Music Hall of Fame acquired an archive collection of her photographs of the band R.E.M. She currently resides in Decatur Georgia with her family.