SAM HEYDT is a New York City based artist specializing in film-making, interior design, commercial photography and fine art . From completely renovating the interior of a four story townhouse in Gramercy to launching a professional photo studio in the Meat-packing district, the versatility of her skill-set has allowed to her work on a spectrum of projects in different disciplines and fields. Commercially, she has shot for a multitude of publications, her bevy of clients includes but is not limited to: W Magazine, VMag, Photo and Vice. Her education was spent across a spectrum of universities including Parson New School for Design, Cooper Union, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Universidad de Buenos Aires, La Sorbonne, Saci: Florence- she graduated Summa Cum Laude from both of her degrees. As a fine art photographer, her work has been internationally exhibited twice in the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, as well as in a constellation of galleries and museums throughout the United States, Europe, Iceland, Australia, UK and Russia. In the Fall of 2012, she was inducted into MoMa’s elite foundation of artists: “The Contemporaries”, exhibiting shortly after at Miami Art Basel. She has attended artist residencies in Australia, New Zealand and Iceland. She will be attending another in Turkey in the late Spring of 2014, after completing a three month stay in Venice Italy where she will have her first solo exhibition. Currently, Heydt is working as the Associate producer for a documentary on the flesh trade that take place in India, where she will be later this year.