Growing up in Zimbabwe has influenced Sarah's work, life, and outlook. Moving to England, she studied woven textiles at the Uni of Brighton. After which during a period in India, she found herself in the heart of the textile quarter in Bangalore, surrounded by silk weavers, dye-houses and tanneries. She began managing a silk weaving and garment factory and, at the weekends, would go exploring. Returning to the UK, she started designing textiles for a range of companies, from familiar high street brands to luxury fashion houses. After a few years she opened her first shop in Brighton and began crafting her own collection. This was picked up by Liberty of London. Sarah designed an award winning womenswear collection, which sold worldwide. Today, her signature style of elegant beauty has expanded across a range of mediums, including hand-painting, photography and digital-illustration. There’s always a narrative running through her work. Influenced by flora, fauna, film, poetry, architecture and - of course - travel, her aesthetic is a cocktail of adventure, colour and pattern: a fantasy style that lets you into an indulgent paradise and leaves you feeling like you’ve woken from a dream.