As a designer, storyteller, and researcher, Sarah specializes in dark narratives and contemporary fable. An Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Indiana University in Bloomington, her work experiments with eclectic media—allowing diverse processes in printmaking, animation, and early photographic methods to inform her design practice. She has two other degrees in English Literature and Painting from the University of Maryland, has taught design at the University of Notre Dame and Missouri University of Science & Technology, and continues to balance an active studio practice with both research and pedagogy. Her international portfolio of clients include Citibank, AMC’s the Walking Dead, the University of Notre Dame, Whirlpool, Herman Miller, and Cook Medical—to name a few.
Sarah loves to make and collect .gifs, can identify any part of Le sacre du printemps extempore, and, in another life, would most likely have been a taxidermist.