About The Artist
Growing up, Sarah always felt like an artist. She was always in search of an opportunity to create something. Her favourite median of art was drawing, and as a child, she was always on the hunt for scrap paper whereby she could scribble out the exciting content of her mind.
As an adult, Sarah continued to pursue art as a hobby, focusing mainly on large scale charcoal and pencil work. In spring of 2020, amidst a pandemic and having recently been made redundant, she created the comic 'Oyin and Kojo,' showcasing single panel cartoons of a black-British couple's every day life. Two months later, the cartoon editor of The New Yorker magazine discovered her work and asked her to become a contributor. It was from then on that she became a cartoonist for The New Yorker magazine, and later became a full time artist, creating anything from logos to editorial illustrations.