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Sarahbeth Maney is a freelance photojournalist based in the Bay Area, Calif.​ You can call her Sb or Maney for short.

Maney will be earning her degree in photojournalism with a minor in education from San Francisco State University in the Spring of 2019 – where she is also president of the National Press Photographers Association student chapter and Western Region representative.


Maney is directing a short documentary about Ahmet Ustunel, a blind adventurer attempting to kayak from Europe to Asia with the help of prototype technology. The film is currently in the post-production stage.

Maney also frequently contributes to the San Francisco Chronicle as a freelance photographer and previously interned for the SF Examiner.

At a young age she naturally gravitated to photography as a way to save moments – always keeping her pink point-and-shoot close by.

Today, she has retired her point-and-shoot and uses photography as a learning tool to translate complexities of social issues such as gun violence, racial inequality and disability. Maney's goal remains to collaborate with those behind her camera and portray each moment as
honestly as it exists.

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Available for assignments:
email: [email protected]
mobile: 925.639.2654
IG: sbmaneyphoto


Photos by Mark Cabus