Sarah graduated from Sydney College of The Arts in 1988 and established her studio in London in 1995. She now lives and works in rural Oxfordshire where she designs and makes her distinctive pieces.
Sarah's fascination with playful movement as an aspect of jewellery design began when she came across the kinetic makers of the 1960s during her studies. The fascination endures and she incorporates this additional dimension into most of the pieces she makes.
Sarah uses traditional techniques to make silver and gold jewellery combining repeated and kinetic elements to create subtle undulating surfaces and patterns in the pieces that she makes. Inspiration comes from many different sources including the rural environment where she lives and works.