Nabbed and Instantly Broadcast

When I started this blog in October of 2007, I saw it as a two-year endeavor, emulating a two-year Master’s Degree in fine art. The concept was to keep my creativity alive — having made the photography that was once only a hobby into a full-time job, I wanted to make sure I had a forum for non-professional creative endeavors (i.e., explored for their own sake) and a place to document thoughtful meanderings. Over time, the University of Sarah has evolved in many ways – using the term “fine art” loosely at times, other times blending over into literature, and sometimes simply exploring new thoughts and sharing ideas I came across. Continue reading “Nabbed and Instantly Broadcast”

Happy New Year, 2010

My clients impressed me with their taste and creativity this past holiday season – having each designed a unique expression of themselves to share with family and friends. Their self-conceptualized holiday cards included everything from pre-designed matte finish flat cards, to custom letterpress with hand-mounted prints, to custom graphics-enhanced glossy prints, to photo-quality folded cards. Below are some of my favorite holiday cards sent by my clients this past year, featuring portraits I shot in November and December.

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