Sarah’s work politely nods at tradition while pushing the boundaries of style and modernism. What results are whimsical, knowing, one-of-a-kind pieces. She employs a variety of original calligraphic styles, as well as time-honored classics, in order to create a look and feel that is tailored to the individual.
Sarah’s work has appeared at such venues as The University Club of New York, The Plaza Hotel, The Metropolitan Club, The Cosmopolitan Club, New York Botanical Garden, East Hampton Point, and the Vanderbilt Mansion, among countless others. She has been featured in Brides Magazine, La Petite Peach, Works and Days Quarterly, and more. In December of 2015, she was featured on “How to Sign Your Name,” a nationally televised episode of Going Deep with David Rees. She has studied calligraphy with a number of prestigious instructors, including Master Calligrapher Eleanor Winters. She is a member of the Society of Scribes and a graduate of California Institute of the Arts.
Sarah lives in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire with her husband, their daughter and son, and a dog named Frog. She works out of a studio on their property.