Once upon a time ...
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"Tarot is life, magic is alive and signs are
everywhere if you know how to look."
~ Sasha Graham
Sasha was born just after midnight on a chilly Halloween night in NY's Adirondack Mountains. She lived all over the Unites States with her eclectic family from dusty Iowa pig farms, to craggy Colorado canyons, from Vermont's lush Green Mountains, to fertile New Jersey produce farms with many random stops along the way.
Desperate for culture and starving for urban life and excitement, seventeen year old Sasha moved herself to New York City to pursue a career in acting. Sasha originated feisty, blood sucking roles a cast member in La Commedia Del Sangue: Vampyr Theatre, a weekly vampire play performed in Gotham theaters, bars and clubs. Sasha starred in over fifteen B-horror films, playing gargoyles, werewolves, aliens, more vampires and even a mafia hit woman.
Sasha received a BA in Literature and Religion at Hunter College and began her tarot work. She joined the Tarot School and opened a private reading practice. Sasha quickly found work with the fashion and media set, becoming a staple at Fashion's Night Out and serving clients such as Burt's Bees, M. Missoni and Christian Loubouitin.
Sasha conceived and produced tarot events The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Morgan Library. She brought the tarot community behind the scenes with curators and educators. Rare Visconti, Marseille and Minchiate cards along with uncut Italian card sheets were unveiled. These treasures, previously shuttered in museum archives and unavailable to the public were examined and considered in a modern context.
Sasha is proud of her Tarot Outreach Program. Sasha's first ever tarot outreach was developed for New York City's at-risk, inner city youth. Sasha worked with young adults transitioning out of the foster care system by using tarot and symbol to nurture personal intuition. She taught that trust in oneself can be rebuilt. This trust can be used to empower youth who were robbed of stability and security.
Sasha teaches tarot classes, speaks and lectures around the world. Sasha and her work have been featured in documentaries and media outlets such as Sirius XM Radio, The New York Times, The New York Post, Inside Edition and she was the first tarot reader to ever be featured in the cover of Crain's New York Business. Sasha is a SheKnows contributor. Sasha appeared as a regular guest on the WPIX Channel 11 Morning News, reading tarot on pop culture topics and celebrities and wrote a weekly Tarot column for Marie Claire.
Sasha Graham's books:
The Practical Magic of Tarot (2021)
Llewellyn's Complete Book of the Rider Waite Smith Tarot
365 Tarot Spreads
365 Tarot Spells
Sasha served as editor and writer of Lo Scarabeo's:
Tarot Decks (conceived and authored):
Dark Wood Tarot (2020)
Tarot of the Haunted House
Short Form Contributions
Llewellyn's Witch's Calendar 2021
Llewellyn's 2020 Magical Almanac
Sasha's work has been translated into Chinese, Italian, French, Spanish, Polish, and Portuguese.
Sasha partnered with Heyou Media in 2018 to create and host The Enchanted Kitchen, a six-episode short form cooking series for Youtube and Heyou's Mobile. Mini. Movies.
Sasha, her husband and daughter split their time between an old-school Manhattan loft and an enchanted farmhouse in the eerily gothic landscape of upstate New York.