Sandbech traded in his electric guitar for an old Pentax camera in 1994. In 2001 he sold his first photo, then in 2004 had an international breakthrough landing the cover of Transworld Snowboarding Photo Annual. He has now had more then 50 magazine covers; enjoyed worldwide travels with top athletes and international photo campaigns for various companies. Won the WSSF contest in 2014, both the people's choice award and the judged contest. And had his first solo exhibition ‘Turning Point’ in November 2018, with great success.
In my photography, I try to balance creativity with clean graphical lines.
I usually strive to find a simple composition that brings out the rider, tells a story and makes you dream. This way I aim to create photos that are aesthetic and comfortable for the eye, and at the same time true to the riders personal styles. I also try to push myself and my photography by adding unpredictable components or working out concepts and new ideas. I am still dedicated to learning and am always looking for new ways to develop my skills, as there are always ways to improve both technically and creatively in photography.