Seeing the world through her young daughter's eyes, Sarah has sought to depict the garden as a place of play and discovery. In every garden is a slightly abandoned patch - behind the shed or underneath a hedge, where there's chance of glimpsing the mythical things that adults can no longer see or understand.

Graduating in illustration at The Glasgow School of Art and later at the Edinburgh College of Art, Sarah's work is largely influenced by natural and rural history and literature. Her childhood spent holidaying in the Scottish western highlands has instilled in her a life-long love of nature, reading and myth.

Since becoming a mother in 2015, Sarah has resolved to make a drawing while her daughter naps. With each tiny drawing she has amassed a group of work that documents motherhood, early childhood or simply things that have caught her imagination.