Sabine Woudenberg (22, the Netherlands) is a contemporary photographer, currently based in Rotterdam. She is studying fine art photography at Willem de Kooning Academy where she is researching new methods of photography. With this, she tries to combine experimental and conceptual ways of working in an attempt to create for herself a new form of photography and seeing, which she wants to apply in storytelling and creating interpretive/surrealistic images.
Her photographs are often reinforced by means of image editing and color correction, sometimes mixed with different forms of media. With this, she explores identity, harassment, mental disorder, commentary, studies of the human human anatomy and many other subjects. In the end, photography has always been a deeply personal journey. A way of processing experiences, finding out who she was and who she wanted to become.