Sarah offers 20 years of experience developing brands and communication systems for business to business and consumer-facing clients. Hailing from the rust belt of Pittsburgh, Sarah applies her tireless work ethic to a comprehensive, visual exploratory process, informed by client goals and business strategy.

Sarah has managed the development and production of branded programs, both on and off-line, for clients including The New York Public Library, Harry Abrams, Trinity School, and American Express Publishing. Sarah oversaw the relaunch of Lobster Place, developing architectural graphics in chalk for a new retail store and restaurant, which provided a visual foundation for the rebrand across multiple channels. For the last 10 years, she has led Trinity School through the redesign and production of its bi-annual alumni magazine. Driven by community narratives, Sarah continually responds to new editorial content by developing and expanding the School’s unique visual voice. Between 2016 and 2017, Sarah led New York City’s Division of Energy Management (DEM) through a strategic process to unify and the group’s branding, delivering a comprehensive style guide encompassing a multi-channel communication system.

Sarah received a BFA in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design. Between overseeing the business and keeping up with her second grader, she patiently pursues her interest in learning the French language.