New work from The forest rests also in you, Sarah's ongoing photography project, was published as the second issue of Halfmoon Projects' TK series in January 2018. You can learn more about the zine here. Sarah is currently at work on a book of drawings that examine issues of teaching. The book is under contract with Information Age Publishing.
Sarah is a FotoFilmic18 shortlist artist. Her work is part of a corresponding traveling exhibition that will visit San Francisco, Seoul, and Vancouver in 2019. She has participated in group shows across the U.S. at spaces including Filter Photo (Chicago, IL), Colorado Photographic Arts Center (Denver, CO), and Curious Matter (Jersey City, NJ). Sarah’s work has been featured in multiple print publications issued by both Oranbeg Press (Brooklyn, NY) and Pine Island Press (Portland, OR). In 2016 Sarah completed a month-long, supported residency at the Studios at MASS MoCA.
Born in New Hartford, New York in 1982, Sarah grew up in the unincorporated territory outside of Hubbardsville, New York on a hill between two cornfields surrounded by immediate and extended family and a whole bunch of forests. She earned graduate degrees from Syracuse University (MFA, Art Photography) and Harvard University (Ed.M., Arts in Education) and an undergraduate degree from Pratt Institute (BFA, Drawing).
Sarah serves as the Assistant Professor of Digital Photography in the Department of Art & Design at the University of Indianapolis. Full CV available for download via the PDF icon above.
Photo credit: Patrick Sopko
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Excerpt Magazine (Issue 6)
Light Work Blog
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