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As Founder and Lead Photographer, Sabrina Lamour, was dubbed Natural Eye due to her organic, personable, and relatable connection she brings to every shoot.  From special events to portraits to editorial, fashion, and wedding photography, Natural Eye Photography has a distinct ability to draw out the very essence and nature of every subject she shoots.  Sabrina approaches every subject with significance to bring out the natural beauty and authenticity, leaving every subject in awe. 

Every picture captured has a story.  Every story has an impact.  Every impact evokes change and that is what Sabrina brings to every session: change and vision.  Born in Haiti, raised in NYC, Sabrina's grass roots remain in New York, but her vision is worldwide.


In addition to traveling across the US, Sabrina has traveled to Israel, Palestine, Africa, Turkey, Canada, France, and London on photographic missions.  Some of her notable works includes: Pioneer Girls Conference, RGE Foundation Annual Conference, NY Fashion Week, SuperBowl XLIV Miami, OTFPWA Red Carpet Event & Fashion Show, POI Awards, GHSL wear, Sister 2 Sister, III & Long Foundation Charity Event, Afro B. album release, A Night w/Chrisette Michele, MLK Now, and more. 



"There is nothing like working with an artist who values and appreciates diversity. Enjoyed working with Natural Photography both in the US and in Africa. A piece of history is wrapped in untold stories that can only be captured by few artists, like Sabrina. Having worked with Natural Eye Photography on both domestic and international projects, made me realize that there is more to photography than documenting moments. Initially, I wanted a photographer that would document and provide me with an archive to account for my work whenever necessary. But Sabrina gave me that and what I didn't know I needed - value beyond what meets the lens of her camera. Her photos convey life beyond the moments, healing and hope that is possible when the natural eye gazes deeper into the soul."

—  Favour Ikome

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