Sarah explores the intersection between art and technology, especially with Augmented Reality (AR). She has been pushing the boundaries of the tech in solving real problems in the world.
Using AR to navigate transport systems
Opal AR, Transport New South Wales
An AR experience where you can view the Sydney Rail Network with an Opal card (Sydney's public transport card).
The project received 1M+ impressions online and featured on 7NEWS.
Spreading social awareness & promoting empathy with AR
Unseen, Sarah's first solo AR Art Exhibition
"Unseen" is an interactive art exhibition that uses AR to create a virtual space where deeper realities are exposed
Sarah was interviewed on live radio about her exhibition and featured on various channels.
Using AR to solve problems during a pandemic
An assortment of experimental projects featuring the applications of immersive technologies to solve problems.
Her projects received 50k impressions online and spurred many discussions about AR/VR in a pandemic.
Promoting self-expression with AR face filters
An assortment of face filters for Instagram and Facebook. A great way to build engagement for a brand.
Her effects received a total of 100k impressions.
Sarah also loves diving into the world of startups, make a positive impact through businesses, and solving customer's problems.
Spreading happiness through design
Happy Ever Alter, Design business
Combining my belief that design is a powerful tool to influence emotions and my love for startups, I founded Happy Ever Alter to spread happiness and positivity through design.
A game that teaches kids how to code
Codatopia, Card game
Codatopia is an educational physical board game to teach kids the basics of coding in a market saturated with digital coding games.