Jacqueline Mirsadeghi was born in 1962 in Izmir, Turkey, to a French father and Dutch-German mother. She grew up in Switzerland and married an Iranian in 1983. She lived in Iran for 14 years.

Education:

University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa photojournalism, photo-editing, documentary photography, artistic and creative photography; graphic design, typography.

Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication, 1982 Master of Arts in Journalism, 1983 Activities:

Individual and group exhibitions in Switzerland, France and Iran; articles and portfolios in magazines in Switzerland, Germany, USA and Iran; photos published in the Iran guide of Olizane publications, Geneva and the Iran guide of Odyssey publications, Hong-Kong.

Currently working on the renovation and preservation of traditional houses in Kashan (Iran) and themes in Islamic and traditional architecture.