A Dallas-born Cherokee filmmaker, Sarah grew up on-set and backstage, and has been involved in the arts ever since. Her directorial work has been seen in festivals such as LA SkinsFest and the Green Bay Film Festival. Outside of writing and directing her own content, she focuses on documentary and narrative cinematography, with work recently shown at the Austin Film Festival and seen on PBS. She currently teaches courses in color correction for Austin Film Society, and undergraduate Editing at the University of Texas Austin. She is also passionate about Native representation in popular culture, and telling Native stories on screen. Sarah earned her B.A. from Vassar College as a Film Studies major with a correlate sequence in Native American Studies. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Film Production at the University of Texas at Austin. She now works as a freelance filmmaker and professor in Austin, TX. She is thrilled to be joining the University of Mississippi as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Film Production in the fall of 2018.