Like many photographers, Sabrina Henry began her photographic career armed with nothing more substantial than a point-and-shoot compact camera. Encouraged by her father’s desire for her to pursue photography, she has enjoyed exploring, experimenting and creating visual content for several years. She has since upgraded to a Digital SLR camera, with which she is consistently honing her skills, developing her visual voice.
Friends and colleagues describe Sabrina as “innovative” and “creative”. She’s part of the editorial team at Rear Curtain, a venue for emerging visual storytellers to exhibit their work and relates her engaging experiences learning the art of photography on her own, entertaining web site.
Sabrina is the unstoppable engine providing the steam for the Bangkok Photo School. She’s our Administrator, our Voice of Reason and our Go-To Girl. Got a question? Sabrina will have the answer. Students and Tutors alike have yet to discover a topic to which Sabrina cannot speak with quiet authority. Put her to the test if you have any questions about classes at the Photo School: Want to know when our next classes will run? Want to ask about our teaching content? Curious to know what JJ Michael’s favourite aperture is, wonder where Gavin Gough finds inspiration for his range of natty headwear, simply e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and Sabrina will leap, cat-like, into action.
Rarely photographed in the wild, Sabrina also leads a secret life as a Human Resources Professional with Canada’s leading national research organization where her work in Diversity has been recognized both corporately and nationally.