Sarah is a visual artist and printmaker. Through collage and screen print she investigates the legacy of Modernist architecture and post-war social housing, viewed through the lens of documentary photography and the public history archive, while questioning the experience of women within the urban built environment and the complex relationship between female bodies, architecture, and space.
Sarah is represented by London based gallery Paul Stolper and exhibits her work internationally. Her works are included in the collections of the British Museum, British Council and private collections including Damien Hirst’s Murderme and Luciano Benneton’s Imago Mundi collections.
As a Project Manager, Sarah has over 14 years’ experience working within public arts on large scale projects such as the Irwell Sculpture Trail during is redevelopment and relaunch stages, to consulting on small start up initiatives including Make it Macclesfield CIC. She has run her own studio in the heart of Manchester’s creative Northern Quarter as The Print Room, running short courses and delivering commercial screen print services in collaboration with leading Northwest based design and PR agencies. And for the last five years, Sarah has run the print delivery element of the BA(hons) Fine Art Degree course at Blackburn College University Centre where she was a facilitator and educator working across higher and further education. She has also been a core member of the Artist Liaison Team at Green Man Festival for over ten years, where she continues to manage the Rising Stage, coordinating hospitality and technical delivery to provide the best possible experience for artists performing at the festival.