To simply say that I am a Creative Director and Photographer does not encompass who I am as a creator. Those terms do however serve as an introduction into understanding my creative process, and how the people and teams I surround myself with are integral to my growth as an artist. 

As a self-taught photographer, I picked up my first film camera after being awed by the work of skateboard photographers like Bryce Kanights and Spike Jonez. Connecting all aspects of my life; skateboarding, poetry, music, and photography -  has led me to work as tour photographer for artists such as Anthony Ramos (Hamilton, She’s Gotta Have It) and FEVER 333. Collective co-founder of 333 Wreckords Crew (FEVER 333, Oxymorrons, Nova Twins, Gin Wigmore). In 2015, I co-founded The Photo Ladies - a worldwide women’s music photography collective alongside fellow photography Lesley Keller in New York City. Our small group of friends has grown into a collective of 150 photographers, and over 1000 community members globally.

By building and cultivating a creative circle of artists and creators,  my time is spent between NYC, Chicago and Los Angeles working and touring alongside those within the music, theatre and film/television industries.

Please reach out if you'd like to work together - plan a shoot on location or in the studio, for future tours, festivals and events, or for brand and lookbook sessions. 

Contact
v@veesanders.com
instagram.com/veesanders

Selected Past & Present Clients:

Acme Hotel, Affiliate Skateboards, Anthony Ramos, Bandsintown, C3 Management, CHAI/Sony Japan, Chicago Reader,
Communion Music, Culture Collide, Dirty Hit Records,
DJ Paul (Three 6 Mafia), femdot., FEVER 333, Forbes Magazine, LIDS, Mass Appeal , Mitchell & Ness, NBA, Metro Chicago,
NPR Music, Rafael Casal, Red Bull Music Festival, Remind Insoles, Ric Wilson, SHURE, SOHO House, Thrasher Magazine,
Transworld Skateboarding, VIBE Magazine, Vic Mensa 

House Photographer:
Lincoln Hall, Schubas, Empty Bottle, Sleeping Village, The Promontory, Thalia Hall, Metro, and Evanston SPACE


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