Sarah earned an Art: Studio degree from the University of Northern Iowa in 2006 with emphases in ceramics, sculpture, and printmaking. It is the combination of these mediums that led to her current work. She creates functional porcelain pottery that is primarily wheel-thrown and then altered through ovaling, darting, removing sections, and building with slabs. The work is decorated using ceramic underglazes and direct and indirect screen-printing techniques, and fired to cone six in an electric kiln. Sarah creates work for exhibitions, galleries, and festivals and has been featured in multiple publications including Ceramics Monthly, Clay Times, and 500 Teapots: Volume 2. Sarah is also the Education & Outreach Coordinator for the Dougherty Arts Center in Austin, TX.