I am a social documentary photographer and storyteller, based in The Hague (b. 1992, Ascot, UK). In my work I try to get a grip on the smaller, yet essential aspects of life that we tend to lose contact with in our current society. Whether it’s our relationship with nature, elderly people, or our sense of openness towards others, for me it’s important to tell stories that help us connect to the world around us. Engagement and collaboration are key, providing the people I photograph a platform and a voice. By telling stories that evoke a sense of humanness or commonality in us all, I hope to open up perspectives and share worlds that otherwise might not be seen or heard.

sabinerovers@gmail.com / +31 6 14164316

Articles and interviews
It’s Nice That - Meet the Dutch cowboy Kees in Sabine Rovers’ sincere, vulnerable and humorous photography - 2020

NRC - ‘De hele tijd doen wat je wilt, geweldig’ - 2019

FNV Magazine - Wat te doen, na je pensioen? - 2019

WIRED - Of course this is what homepathic healing machines look like - 2017

2020   ‘Cowboy Kees’ at the Graduation Show of The Royal Academy of Art, The Hague
2020    Currently on exhibtion: ‘Cowboy Kees’ at Filmtheater De Uitkijk, Amsterdam
2020    Currently on exhibition: ‘Is dit kunst?’ at Theater De Vaillant, Den Haag

2019    ‘Is dit kunst?’ at Het Atrium, Bibliotheek Leidschenveen & Het Koorenhuis, Den Haag
2019   ‘Wat te doen, na je pensioen?’ at A Lab, Amsterdam

2018    ‘Het Rosa Spier Huis’ at Het Rosa Spier Huis, Laren

2017    ‘Dutch Cowboys’ at Cinetol, Amsterdam

2016    ‘Dutch Cowboys’ at Roest, Amsterdam

2016 - 2020         BA Photography, Royal Academy of Art (KABK), The Hague
2011 - 2015         BA Media Studies, University of Amsterdam