About

Recent collaborations include working with Watertown Children’s Theatre, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, the Boston Ballet, Brimmer & May School, Laura Jean Floral & Event Design, and Femme Nouveau; a local women's art collective and fundraising gallery. 

Theater design credits include 'Marjorie Prime' (props, Central Square Theatre), 'Dry Land' (props, Company One), 'The Secret Garden', 'The Sound of Music', 'Charlotte's Web' (costumes, Brimmer & May), 'The Clytemnestriad' (Fresh Ink Theater Co)., 'Shiver' (Project: Project at Boston Playwright's Theater), Stoneham Theatre and the Oxford Street Players, Lesley University's Shakespeare company.

Sarah teaches both visual and performing arts for students K-12 including Front Porch Players (Brookline, MA), PS3: The Charette School (NY,NY) and Creative Arts for Kids (Reading, MA).  

“It’s no surprise that self portraiture is a genre in which women have long excelled. For so long the male gaze fixed women on the canvas, page, and screen as subjects, but self portraiture allowed women to challenge this gaze with the ways in which they saw them self...we’re no longer self conscious but, but self constructive.”
— Casey N. Cep, Pacific Standard (2013)