For the last 15 years, Sarah's communicated across audiences ranging from elk hunters in remote backcountry camps to National Park officials to CEOs of mainstream corporate America. Prior to becoming an independent writer and editor, she managed projects, people and properties.

Sarah's researched grizzlies and wolverines in the field, coordinated major public education campaigns, managed ranches and lodges, and planned events large and small. In 2003, she interned as a trout researcher with the Henry's Fork Foundation and has since held positions with:

Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
The Yellowstone Club
U.S. Forest Service
Idaho Fish & Game
Wildlife Conservation Society
The Nature Conservancy
Linn Canyon Ranch
American Fly Fishing Trade Association
Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures
Henry's Fork Lodge

Today, Sarah's based in Bozeman, Montana. Since stepping out as an independent creative in 2014, she's covered journalistic assignments around the globe, scripted and produced outdoor and travel films, and created award-winning branded content.

Sarah's long held a passion for storytelling and first dabbled in the literary world through a college internship with Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review, a premier literary journal. She was accepted to and attended the 2015 Tin House Writer's Workshop. 

Sarah graduated magna cum laude and with Honors from Washington and Lee University and holds a master’s from the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, where she was inducted into the Phi Kappa Phi and Xi Sigma Pi honor societies. She completed her graduate work in Namibia and is fluent in Spanish. 

Publications: 

Big Sky Journal
Boulevard
Cowboys & Indians
The Drake
Field & Stream
Fly Fisherman (Columnist 2016 - present)
The Flyfish Journal

Guernica
Jackson Hole Magazine
MidCurrent
Red Flag Magazine
Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review
Sporting Classics
Stonefly
storySouth

TROUT (Trout Unlimited)
Utne Reader