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Sandrine Servent is an agent, producer and curator. Originally from Paris, she is currently living in London.
She has been working for six years in the photography industry as an agent, producer and curator with agencies such as Darling Creative and DMB Represents – a photographic agency representing artists such as Martin Parr, Bruce Gilden, Simon Roberts, Jeff Mermelstein, Nadia Lee Cohen and Christoffer Rudquist, among others.
Passionated by contemporary photography, she has a particular interest for bold and unexpected photographic projects and tends to reflect that in her collaborations.
In 2018, she founded Mina Raven, an organization working with public and private institutions to produce and promote photography between UK and France.
Apart from her regular activities, Sandrine is working as a photographic expert during international photo fairs such as Les Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles, Circulations Festival and FOAM Festival.
Other current projects include Towards Brexit: In discussion with photographers Ed Alcock, Suki Dhanda, Simon Roberts and Max Barnett, and Hen, The Uk’s older trans community by photographer Bex Day.