Jamie Lee Sealander is an artist living and working in Venice, Florida. She received a BFA in Photography and Digital Imaging from Ringling College of Art and Design, with a minor in Business and minor in Fine Arts (sclupture). She was a Combat photographer/videographer for the US Army in 2002-2003. Currently she is working application process for the Fullbright Scholarship.
Her thesis was incorporating photography and sculpture where for the first time in history, as quoted by Charles Kovacs, painter, art critic, Department Head for Career Services, and Fullbright committee memer, that the sculpture cannot exist without the photograph and the photograph cannot exist without the sculpture; each one completes the other.
Recent Group exhibitions include Best of Ringling 2009 sculpture and photography, Phasion 2011 in Basch Gallery in Sarasota Florida, Identity Installed, Fall of 2012 Basch Gallery, The Student Photo Show Spring 2013 and Thesis Exhibition Selby Gallery in Spring of 2013, Ringling Underground Fall 2012.
Awards include: First Place and Best of Show Regionally in National VA Creative Arts Festival 2012 at Bay Pines VA Hospital and First Place Nationally in NVACAF 2012.