Sarah Starr is a Los Angeles based photographer. Since she was twelve and on the receiving end of a Kodak Brownie, a camera has framed her way of looking. She had an eclectic career combining photography and education: teaching darkroom photography and film to teenagers in a local progressive school and teaching teachers as an assistant professor of education at USC. She received a Certificate in Photography from Otis Institute of the Arts, studying platinum-palladium printing with master, Jan Pietrzak. A long time resident of Los Angeles, Sarah served on the boards of LA Coalition of Essential Schools, Friends of the LA River, and Greenway Arts Alliance. From 1997-2010 she worked as a consultant for school reform in LAUSD. She is pleased now to dedicate more time to her own photographic view, lately turning from analog silver gelatin photography to digital color. Sarah is a member of the LA Center for Photography.