Sabine Meyer, Photography Director at National Audubon Society
Sabine is the photography director for the National Audubon Society. She has worked for a range of publications and organizations, including National Geographic Adventure, Condé Nast Traveler, New York magazine, TIME, U.N. Population Fund, The Cairo Review of Global Affairs, and AARP Media. Sabine is an affiliate with the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP), she was on the faculty at the School of the International Center of Photography, where she taught photo editing for 15 years. She also spent seven years as the co-director and curator of Fovea Exhibitions, a Beacon, N.Y.–based nonprofit advocating visual literacy through the medium of photojournalism and documentary photography. Her photo editing has earned numerous accolades from Pictures of the Year International, Visa Pour l’ Image, Communication Arts, the Society of Publication Designers, the American Society of Magazine Editors, and American Photo. She reviews portfolios regularly, curates exhibitions, and currently mentors for Newburgh Community Photo Project upstate New York.