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 public school reform in LAUSD. She is pleased now to dedicate more time to her own photographic view. Sarah is a member of the LA Center for Photography.