Sally Davies was born in Winnipeg Canada. She moved to New York's Lower East Side in 1983, where she still lives and shoots.
She achieved her first public attention in New York City in the 1990s exhibiting her paintings at New York's OK Harris Gallery and then at the East Village's Gracie Mansion Gallery.
Davies made her move to full time photography with her sold out exhibit in 2000 at the Gracie Mansion Gallery, and has been photographing and exhibiting extensively ever since. Her photographs have been featured in the New York Times, Lenscratch, Huffington Post, the UK Daily Mail, and PDF online.
She is the author of the widely acclaimed "McDonalds Happy Meal Project" that went viral in 2010.
She is represented in New York City by the Bernarducci Meisel Gallery on 57th Street.
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