Devoted to detail, Sarah accentuates the minutia in mass, and humanity in hardscape through sculptural design and human-centric research to dream spaces for people, plants and perspective to intertwine, overlap and exchange.
With a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, she investigates the intersection of the atmospheric and accessible, positioned and playful.
Originally from Austin, TX, she earned her BFA as an honors student from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she studied sculpture, designed objects, and natural sciences. Her work has been shown at Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Milan Design Week, the New Art Dealers Alliance in New York City, ArtHouse (The Contemporary) in Austin, and the Sullivan Galleries in Chicago. Sarah has also had the honor of working as an Invited Student Speaker for Harvard GSD Professor Silvia Benedito, Volume Gallery’s executive creative assistant, and with Greater Good Studio for Samsung Electronics as a freelance design researcher.