As a Journalist
She writes well researched, fresh and engaging print and digital content on news and lifestyle topics like food, culture, design, urban life, environment and travel. These range from compact charticles and "top-ten" pieces to long-form explorations of complex subjects. She is published in such periodicals as The National Post, The Globe and Mail, Foodservice & Hospitality and Canadian Business, and on the website CanadianFamilyOffices.com.
As a Business Writer
She creates strategically effective print and web content for corporate and public-sector clients. She is adept at figuring out exactly what message her clients need to communicate, helping them choose the best format for their needs and telling their story in the right words. e-Newsletters are a specialty.
She has a gift for understanding the culture of different industries. As a writer for numerous trade magazines, she is familiar with fields as diverse as trucking, construction, human resources, mortgage brokerage, condo management and farm machinery manufacture.
Sarah holds an MA from the University of Toronto (Ancient Near Eastern Studies), a BA from Concordia University in Montreal (Classical Philology–Honours) and a professional college Diploma in Fine Art from the CÉGEP de Vieux-Montreal.
She has furthered her professional development through numerous sessions at MagNet: Canada's magazines conference.
Sarah's latest book
Jam, Jelly and Marmalade: A Global History is available now as part of the esteemed Edible series from Reaktion Books (London).