Sarah has worn several proverbial hats throughout her career, including but certainly not limited to veggie-farming, freelance journaling, non-profiting, pizza-slinging, construction-working, house-painting, and globetrotting.
Originally from Greenwich, Connecticut, Sarah jetted west at her first chance and headed to California for college. College wound up having an unpredictable set of experiences, such as not really working out. Instead, Sarah moved to Costa Rica for six months and enrolled in a Spanish immersion program, where she lived with families and took Spanish lessons for five and a half hours a day. After Costa Rica, she enrolled in a semester with the National Outdoor Leadership School, spending 78-days off the grid throughout Mexico, traveling by sea kayak, sailboat, and on foot.
At her mother's request, she returned to college, got a degree, and then became a vegetable farmer. (This was not what Sarah's mother had in mind.) But thankfully, to her mother's relief, in Sarah found her creative calling in digital media in 2014, channeling her diverse range of interests into one passion.
Sarah loves digital media for its ability to tell a story, and for everything a brand's story can encompass; voices, journeys, values, words, videos, photos, and experiences. She's a big believer in authenticity, humility, connection and humor, which make her a perfect fit for La Storia.