Sarah, who is a woman of Indigenous roots living in a small town who loves creative expression through fashion and movement. With being a bi-racial individual, it comes with complications in our culture and society. You're either fantasized for your "exotic" looks or "not good enough" to fit the "part". Sarah has undergone some rough paths in her life, and that created a ripple effect to make Mental & Emotional heath one of the most important things for her.
Sarah shared that when she was acting, she felt the emotion of frustration because when she applied for a role of where a character was half Native no one would believe her because she didn't "look" half the part. To be told you aren't something that you are is disheartening. As Sarah grew in her life journey, she realized that she knows she's good enough, where she came from, and who she is.
She loves to be in movement with sound. Sarah's artistic expression is also shown through her love for Raves which she's shared, "There is something freeing about it." You may find Sarah out in a field full of Mother Earth's beauty, you may find her at a Rave or you may find her out in the world trying to share love, compassion, and healing to others. She's an tremendous human with a beautiful soul who would be amazing to be in the presences of.