Sarah is a Melbourne-based architecture graduate, editor, events curator and furniture designer with a passion for sharing ideas, public engagement and equity in the built environment.
This ethos led her to take on the curatorship of PROCESS in 2018 and become an editor for Inflection in 2017, the student-run journal of the Melbourne School of Design. Alongside her architecture studies she has her own furniture practice, has played an important role in the delivery of exhibitions, most notably with the Robin Boyd Foundation, and her furniture work has been invited to exhibit at the Salon de Mobile.
Sarah's professional experience has been defined by her work on public architecture and the complex needs of communities in rapidly expanding areas of growth.
In 2019 her focus in working with Parlour looked to create a nationally connected student and graduate online community to help herself and peers alike navigate what were unprecedented times. At present Sarah working as a project designer and fabricator at Bardee after recently completing her thesis project that looked at the ecological and cultural impacts of engineered solutions around salinity on the Murray River at the University of Melbourne.
Currently, Sarah is seeking a space to expand her research into furniture making using Expanded Polystyrene waste streams.