Sarah Encabo is a Cruise Photographer by profession. Prior to that she has worked as a photojournalist for the Manila Times, a broadsheet based in Manila and tried freelance photography doing weddings, children’s photography and documentaries.
In May 2009, she got the job as a documentarist for CANVAS (Center for Arts, New Venture and Sustainable Development), a non-government organization, to document, record and blog the built of the 5th Pacific Rim Friendship Park in Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan together with 28 International architecture students and United States based architects Jim Hubell and Kyle Bergman.
In November 2008, she was selected as one of the young Asian photographers in the free workshop about photojournalism and documentary based photography held in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
The same year she got invited by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines to be one of their speakers to the students of the college of Communication to talk about the challenges faced by a woman photographer during their seminar about photojournalism.
She mainly traveled Europe because of her job, lived in London and studied Multimedia Arts in Hammersmith and West London College and is trying her best to learn to speak Spanish to better converse herself.
She finds solace visiting bookshops, people watching in the cafeteria, the smell of coffee brewing and finding something new on each place she visits, basically immersing herself to the culture and food.
She currently resides in a small town in Honduras together with her husband, Marcos.
SIN TITULO is a blog she created as a result of her love for black and white photography.
Thanks for visiting. :)
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