Sarah is a crafts researcher, maker and mental health professional with a particular interest in the benefits of hand making for psychological health. Her research and publications explore the distinctive potentials of group craft practice in community and arts-for-health contexts. Her work takes a novel ethnographic tack in focusing on interactions between makers, spaces and materials. Alongside her research, she lectures on research methods at the Royal College of Art, London, and pursues her practice as a textile designer maker.
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