Sarah works from her stunning mid-century home in South London (which you may have seen in various magazines and books - it's quite well known!) and her studio is a gorgeous, white, light filled space with views across the tree tops towards central London.
I've long been a fan of Sarah's mid-century, Scandinavian inspired artwork and couldn't quite believe it'd taken me so long to visit her! You can check out more of her work here.
Even better, if you're in London for the weekend of 7/8 May Sarah is opening her studio as part of the Dulwich Festival Artists' Open House, so you can go and see it for yourself! You can also see a couple of my other favourites Gabriela Szulman and Georgia Bosson who will be sharing their work at Sarah's house that weekend too. You can find all the details here.
For now, I'll just leave you with some images of Sarah's lovely studio. Enjoy!