Sarah is an interdisciplinary artist exploring digital culture through creative applications of emerging and pervasive technologies. Her work blurs the boundaries between the digital and physical, exploring how they overlap, contradict and impact one another. She seeks to expose and critique invisible and intangible systems, using art to provoke discussion amongst new voices.


Sarah graduated from Interactive Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2017. She was selected to participate in interdisciplinary residency 'Roche Continents' - a unique programme facilitating intellectual exchanges and disciplinary cross-pollination exploring sources of inspiration at the intersection of Science and Art. Sarah was also awarded the MMU Science Community Award and has presented research around generative design processes and the impact on the creative industry in Austria for Roche Pharamacuticals. Sarah has co-organised various community engagement projects such as Digital Abuse (Manchester Art Gallery) and Illustration Showdown Bristol, and was a speaker at Women's March Manchester 2017.

In 2019 Sarah was nominated for the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize in the new-media category, and was selected for arebyte Gallery's 'Hotel Generation' programme resulting in her solo show 'Raised by Google'.