Sabine Albers started her photographic career in 1996 as a freelance photographer based in Amsterdam. Upon finishing her bachelor in Fine Arts, photography and design at the Utrecht University, Albers was awarded the Golden Light bulb for â€˜most promising new photographerâ€™ (ADCN 1998) before taking a position working with press agency Foto BR after only six months Sabine choose to turn freelance in January 1997, she quickly established herself in the advertising and editorial world working for a vast array of clients such as Vodafone, G-Star, Discovery Channel, EMI Records, The Sunday Telegraph, The Independent Magazine, Menâ€™s Health, Outdoor Magazine, Runners World and Geographical.
In 1999 Sabineâ€™s out-going nature led her into the world of extreme sports and adventure travel. She began covering the Adventure racing circuit (Eco Challenge, Raid Gauloise, Southern Traverse) taking her around the globe to such places as the Sahara dessert and the stunning Glaciers of Patagonia testing her adventuring skills and honing her photographic technique.
After sailing a 38ft catamaran from the Pacific Islands to Sydney, Sabine fell in love with Australia and for the last two years has set her base here, focusing her efforts perusing long-term film and photography projects including â€˜I amâ€™ portrait book of handicapped children, â€˜Vanishing Sugarcane Farmingâ€™ in Queensland and â€˜Cambodiaâ€™s Orphansâ€™.
Sabineâ€™s work has appeared in:
The Sunday Telegraph (AU)
Independent Magazine (UK)
Men’s Health (NL)
Runners World (UK)
Discovery Channel Europe (EU)