Sean Yseult


Sean Yseult is best known as the bass player from the multi-platinum band White Zombie. Sean spent her formative years studying music and attending the North Carolina School of the Arts for  ballet. She switched majors to visual arts in her senior year of high school, due to injury. Her photography work lead to a scholarship at Parsons School of Design NYC, where she earned a BFA in photography and graphic design. While at Parsons she co-founded the band White Zombie. After eleven years of recording and touring, the band headlined arenas with two multi-platinum records, two grammy nominations, and became a household name. Upon White Zombie's breakup, she moved to New Orleans in 1996 and returned to her original love of photography and design. She met her husband, Chris Lee one year later. Both were active musicians, touring internationally in different bands. In 2002 they founded the infamous Saint Bar and Lounge. In 2004, Sean began showing her photography in galleries along the East Coast. In 2006, she started her design company, Yseult Designs, with her designs represented in Barneys and Liberty of London. In 2010 she released her autobiographical photo-book "I'm In The Band" (Soft Skull Press). Her first solo photography show debuted in 2012 at the Scott Edwards Gallery in New Orleans. Her photography can be viewed at