Sandra Wong Geroux (b. 1970, Honolulu, HI) is a Chinese-American photographer who is known for her work with teenagers and youth culture. She is a 2024 Visiting Artist with the CUNY Staten Island Photography Program.

“Through her perceptive empathy and her unerring eye, Geroux reminds us how vivid, expansive and precious childhood is both for those who are currently engaged in the journey as well as those for whom it’s only a fading memory.”
— Palmer Davis, photographer & ICP Faculty

Her work with The Kitchen Sisters, Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva, on “Lost and Found Sound: An American Record” was included in their archive acquisition by the Library of Congress in 2023.

Geroux received her degree in Photojournalism and International Relations from the S.I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University. She currently lives in Larchmont, N.Y., with her husband and son. In 2019 she was an ArtsWestchester Arts Alive Grant recipient.

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