About me
I am a social documentary and portrait photographer based in The Hague (b. 1992).
My work is led by a constant curiosity, optimism and an urge to understand and connect with new people, communities and subcultures I come across. Engagement and collaboration are key, providing the people I photograph a platform to tell their story and actively involving them in the process of the work. I see the presentation and distribution of my work as a crucial element, as it functions as the catalysator for connections between one another. Personally, I believe photography can be used in powerful ways to encourage engagement and understanding between different people, by telling stories that we can all relate to and appeal to a sense of humanness in us all.

sabinerovers@gmail.com / +31 6 14164316

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