Hi, I'm Sara.
I'm a props artisan, stylist, set dresser for stage (and more recently screen), and artist based in the Boston area with a passion for visual storytelling.
I grew up with a deep curiosity and admiration for how objects live and breathe in space. When not obsessing over old interior design coffee table books, I could be found arranging tiny furniture in a vintage dollhouse, forming deep attachments to props in a high school theatre closet, and cherishing every home decor magazine in various waiting rooms across New York.
I've worked professionally as a props artisan and set dresser with various theatre companies and educational institutions along the East Coast, including off-Broadway at New York Classical Theatre in New York City; regionally in Boston at SpeakEasy Stage Company; The Lyric Stage Company of Boston; Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra; New England Conservatory of Music; Babson College; Brandeis University; and the Family Performing Arts Center at Bridgewater State University. I have also worked as an art department assistant on a documentary for SHOWTIME.
In my spare time, I persist in making faux food props, amassing very tiny objects, and inviting every creepy baby doll I encounter in the antique store to tea.
Looking for the just-right piece on set? I've got the advanced research skills, eye for style and period, and uncanny ability to source what you're looking for in record time.
Midcentury chairs and faux foliage. A tulip table no one else can seem to find.
Making a space feel lived in. Let's make something beautiful.
My hands are always itching to make something original, no matter how weird. From realistic faux food to multimedia arts and crafts, I've got you covered.