Sandeep Biswas finished Art College in 1993 & took to working with an Advertising Agency for 2 years before realizing he wanted to pursue photography, which had been his love as a medium of expression since his school days, as a career. In 1995 he started assisting photographer Pradeep Das Gupta & started independent practice in 1998.
He was awarded by AIFACS ( All India Fine Art & Craft Society) twice in 1997 & 1999 among a few others.
In 2001 Japan Foundation sponsored him for a two person show along with a Japanese photographer, following which he was awarded the Japan Foundation Fellowship in the same year to go to Kyoto Univesity of Art & Design, as an associate fellow at the photography department for 6 months.
Sandeep has been a part of over 30 group shows in India, France, Germany, UK & Sri Lanka.
He has had 3 solo shows of which 2 have been in New Delhi, including VIART Gallery in September 2005. His 3rd show was at Nairang Gallery, Lahore Pakistan in November 2006.
His works are exhibited as a part of FOTOSEPTIEMBRE USA SAFOTO 2007, Texas, USA and the ARTSINGAPORE 2007 & INDIA ART SUMMIT 2008.
He was awarded the Visual Art gallery, India habitat Center fellowship for photography in 2005.
He has curated an exhibition of 9 photographers "VISION BEYOND" with gallery Art Indus - April 2007 & an exhibition of photographs "A long road home" with photography gallery Wonderwall- July 2007
His works are a part of various public & private collections in India & abroad.
His works were published as special features in Magazines in India, Sweden, USA & Japan.
Sandeep lives & works as a freelance photographer in Delhi. He has taught as visiting faculty with a few institutes including National Institute of fashion Technology in Delhi & has been a external Jury/Examiner (photography) with Pearl Academy of fashion, New Delhi.
Sandeep has held workshops on photography for habitat World, India habitat Center, New Delhi & Canon camera’s at the School of Convergence, NOIDA, Cadennce Systems India Ltd, Noida & Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, New Delhi.