Sabrina Verte Portrait

Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take,

but by the moments that take our breath away.

Maya Angelou

I was born in Weiden (Oberpfalz), Germany and moved to Munich in 2015. There, I did an apprenticeship at the CHIP Foto Video Magazine. There, I studied a wide range of styles, from portrait, event, product and landscapephotography, to journalism and videography. After I passed my exams, I started my photography master at the Alois Senefelder Masterschool in Munich. The class contains several workshops, such as fashion photography, videography and cinema 4D.

Why I became a photographer

“See you” is the meaning of the spanish word Verte. It is the reason I became a photographer.

“Because I want to see people and I want to see life” like Morrisey sang in There is a light, that never goes out.

Photography is a way to capture precious moments: moments which can reveal inconvenient truths or just the simple ones.
All are very important things to record and reflect on. It is my passion to portray all of them. The beautiful, the bad, and the true sides of life.