Before moving to North Carolina to open her freelance business, Sarah worked in New York City as a video and interactive producer, first in the music business at The Fader and Cornerstone Agency, then in branded content at Brickhouse Projects. In between those gigs, she lived in Treviso, Italy for a year as a filmmaking resident at Fabrica. She is a self-taught front-end programmer, and she's been riding the joyful roller coaster that is web design and video production since 2009. She grew up in Marietta, Georgia and studied visual journalism, international studies, communication and information science at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Perennially interested in learning new things that fit in the triangle to the leftabove, she has attended two sessions of creative coding camp at ITP at New York University, and a virtual reality workshop at The School of Machines, Making, and Make Believe in Berlin.
She is currently an adjunct professor at her alma mater, the School of Media and Journalism at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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