Currently living in Canberra, Australia on a 1 year exchange at the ANU School of Art, her work is continuously shaped from personal experiences. Her conceptual practice has focused on vivid memories from when she visited Quadra Island, British Columbia. The evocative moments spent on the island burned in her brain, including the subtle elements of the nature on the island that surrounded her. Mountains, ocean, driftwood, granite beach, forests, and wildlife are the main entities that she forms her work with. With a desire to remain in those captivating moments of pure beauty and freedom, Sarah creates art in hopes that the viewer will sense the emotion of natural beauty and memory that she is faced with.