San Francisco Bay Area, CA



Sabrina Sellers is a freelance, self-taught photographer based out of Oakland, CA. Formerly a ballet dancer on the professional track, after a spine injury she channeled her creative energy into photography. 

Growing up as a Black ballerina has inspired much of Sabrina's photographic passion. She understands the importance of seeing yourself represented within predominately white fields, and she works to highlight underrepresented voices in arts, culture, and sports in her work. As well, she seeks out stories that highlight community and Black joy and hopes to highlight the beauty in the larger Bay Area Black community. 

Most recently, she has worked for the SF Chronicle and is working on a portrait series about non-traditional skateboarders. 


University of California, Berkeley - B.A. Sociology, Summa Cum Laude  (August 2020)

Group Exhibitions

Black Joy- Multicultural Community Center. Berkeley, CA (Dec. 2019-Mar. 2020)

Come Together, Right Now- Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA (Oct. 2020- Jan. 2021)

Publications + Clients

SF Chronicle, ​Runner's World, Skate Like A Girl, i-D, Berkeleyside, CurbedSF, Duncan Channon


Diversify Photo's "Up Next Photographers," Authority Collective, and Black Women Photographers

Using Format