Sabine Stein studied Photography at the Fachhochschule Dortmund, Germany and graduated in 2012. Her freelance work as picture editor and teacher mainly in documentary photography is accompanied by producing manifold documentary stories mainly in the Asian countries. With her diploma thesis "Beirut. Silent spaces" she was a finalist of the CNN Journalist Award 2013. The photobook is published as APP and available at the iTunes store. In 2014 she was part of the group to produce "CAFT ACT. Philippine design in transition" with a scholarship of the DAAD and in cooperation with the AFOS Foundation at the Visayas, Philippines. The project, which contained design products, films and photographs was shown in the frame of a moving exhibition in Germany. In 2016 and 2017 she worked in Patras, Greece and in also in Jenin, Palestine. According to the economical crisis in Greece, she produced “Good morning, Patras”. In Palestine, she produced the extensive series “69 years and 225 days” which is supposed to reflect the human, ecologic and politic situation trough photographs combined with several interviews of Palestinians which she met all over the country. It will be published as a photobook in 2019. She teached various workshops in the fields of photography for children and young adults living in Jenin refugee camp. The results were shown in exhibitions in Palestine and in Wales. Sabine Stein is working as a freelance documentary photographer, teacher in photography and picture editor based in Germany.

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