Sarah-Jane is an educator, creative writer, and researcher based in rural Herefordshire.

Her teaching style is open and creative, combining material practice with digital, and draws on arts practice to encourage collaboration, experimentation and confidence.

She has experience of working in a variety of contexts, from schools through to Higher Education, and as an educational consultant. Sarah-Jane is currently an educator and educational developer at Hereford College of Arts, developing projects such as re_fabricate and Launchgrad. She is currently engaged with equality and diversity, working towards de-colonising the curriculum at HCA.

Sarah-Jane’s poetry is published in various journals. In 2020 one of her haiku was shortlisted for the Haiku Foundation ‘Touchstone’ award, and in 2015 her poem The Surrealists Wife was shortlisted for the Canterbury Festival ‘poet of the year’ award.

She is a postgraduate researcher at Birmingham City University. Her research looks at radical educational spaces, investigating the concept of the ‘critical radical rural’.

Sarah-Jane enjoys collaborations of all kinds and being playful with words and images.

Rapunzel. June 2020