Sabrina was born in 1982 in Roosendaal, The Netherlands. She started practicing photography as a persistent youngster, when she got introduced in the surreal world of photographers as Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa. Inspired by these grandmasters she recorded many friends on film, thanks to her analog, almost antique Minolta camera. Encouraged by her environment she started a studies in Fine Art at Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam, but soon changed to The Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague to dedicate her life to the camera by following a Bachelor in Photographic Design. After graduation she traveled all over the world, accompanied by her camera and a backpack. In 2010 she graduated from Fontys School of Arts in Tilburg, The Netherlands as a teacher in Visual Arts. Sabrina is currently working as a freelance photographer and journalist and part time as a teacher in photography at Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam.
Also, she is responsible for the realization of the Fotoschool, a brand new school of photography in Amsterdam, where she is now head of the teaching department.
Her work, both her photography and writing, has been published in several newspapers and magazines among which, newspaper BN/deStem, newspaper De Pers, newspaper Provinciale Zeeuwse Courant, Hap&Tap Magazine, Goodies Magazine and Qaviaar Magazine. Sabrina is also working as an event photographer for commercial clients like Uber and Paul’s Boutique. Also her travelstories have been published in two different books, distributed by publishing company Maarten Muntinga B.V.