Sarah is an enthusiastic, creative talent in all aspects of Make-up and Hair Design, working in every genre of film and television production. Her exciting career has taken her around the World to fascinating, often challenging locations and climates. Sarah's professionalism in research, preparation and organisation brings also a make-up team totally equipped to embrace whatever the 'job', and in doing so, to also thoroughly enjoy the experience.
Written & directed by Alice D Cooper
Make-Up Artist Director: Tom Vaughan
Director: Heidi Greensmith Cast: Tommy Flanagan, Kate Magowen, Jessica Hynes
Make-Up Artist (Additional Photography) Director: Mark Waters
Make-up and hair design. Written and directed by Heidi Greensmith. With Tommy Flanagan and Judith Godreche. Produced by Tiily Wood.
Make-up & hair design. Directed by Lesley Manning. Written by Surendra Kochar.
Make-up & hair design. Written and directed by James Erskine.
Make-up & hair design. Directed James Erskine.
Make-up & Hair Design. Directed by Shane Meadows, produced by Barnaby Spurrier for Tomboy Films, with Tommo Turgoose.
Make-up & Hair Design. Directed by Gareth Jones, produced by Fiona Howe for Scenario Films.
Make-up & Hair Design. Directed by Michael Caton-Jones, produced by Pippa Cross/David Belton for Kivu Films/BBC Films, with John Hurt and Hugh Dancy.
Make-up & Hair Design. Directed by Sue Heel, produced by Steve Bowden/Christine Alderson for Ipso Facto Films, with Kelly Brook.
2nd Unit Make-up Designer. Directed by Stephen Frears, produced by Tracey Seaward for Celador Films.
Make-up & Hair for Keeley Hawes.
Directed by Deborah Warner, produced by Yvonne Thunder for Thunder Films.
Make-up & Hair Design. Directed Richard Laxton, produced by Esther Douglas/Fiona Neilson for Fiesta Films, with Ashley Walters.
Make-up & Hair Design. Directed by Beeban Kidron, produced by David Thewlis/Diana Quick for Motion Pictures Ltd., with Clive Owen.
Make-up & Hair Design. Directed by Graham Theakston, produced by Tim Bradley/Gub Neal for Box Film Ltd., with James D’Arcy/Richard E. Grant.
Hair Design. Directed by Bernard Rose, produced by Tim Bevan for Working Title, with Glenn Headley/Ben Cross.
Hair Design. Directed by John Hough, produced by John Quested/Brent Walker, with Rod Steiger/Yvonne Decarlo.
Make-up Design. Directed by Michael Austin, produced by Iain Smith for Applecross Productions, with Richard E. Grant and Julie Walters.
Staring Vanessa Redgrave
Director Michael Samuels
Director: Jeffrey Klarik Cast: Matt LeBlanc, Stephen Mangan, Tamsin Greig
Director: Jessica Hobbs Cast: Emily Watson
Director: Andy De Emmony Cast: James Nesbitt, Eve Best
Director: Cein McGillicuddy
Director: Ben Kellett Cast: David Hoffman, Brianne Howey, Rebecca Reid
Directed by Ian D. MacDonald. Matt LeBlanc, Stephen Mangan, Tamsin Greig
Directed by Ian D. MacDonald. Matt LeBlanc, Stephen Mangan, Tamsin Greig and Jay Leno.
A Kenny Everett bio-pic for Mammoth Screen with Oliver Lansley and Katherine Kelly. Featuring all Everett’s characters. Directed by James Strong. Produced by Paul Frift.
Directed by Jim Field-Smith.
Max Beesley, Philip Glenister, John Simm, Marc Warren, Leticia Dolera, David Warner and Ben Chaplin. Directed by James Hawes. Produced by Andrew Benson. Left Bank Productions.
The comedy stars Matt LeBlanc (playing himself), Stephen Mangan and Tamsin Greig. Directed by James Griffiths, producers David Crane/Jeffrey Klarik/Jimmy Mulville for Hat Trick Productions.
1960′s Peckham. Dewi Humphreys. BBC with Nicholas Lyndhurst/James Buckley/Kelly Bright.
Directed by Tristram Powell, Simon Langton, David Richards, Gavin Millar, Stuart Orme for Greenlit Productions, produced by Lars Macfarlane, Keith Thompson, staring Michael Kitchen.
Directed by John Henderson for Tiger Aspect, Produced by Francis Matthews, staring Maureen Lipman/Anne Reid.
Directed by Colm McCarthy for BBC Drama, produced by Emma Benson, staring Hugh Bonniville/Janet McTeer.
Directed by Jamie Payne for Darlow Smithson Prod, produced by Elinor Day, staring David Morrissey. .
Directed by Tom Clegg for Picture Palace Films, produced by Malcolm Craddock, staring Sean Bean/Beatrice Rosen.
Directed by Jamie Payne for Impossible Pictures, produced by Paul Frift, staring Douglas Henshall.
Directed by Andy De Emmony for Tiger Aspect, produced by Beccy de Souza, staring David Tennant/Sarah Parish.
Directed by Alex Pillai, Tristram Powell for La Plante Prod. Produced by Christopher Hall, staring David Hayman/Victoria Smurfit.
Directed by Maurice Phillips for Granada TV, produced by Shefali Malhoutra, staring Alice Eve/Rachel Lescovac.
Directed by Justin Chadwick for Stormy Pictures, produced by Sarah D. Wilson, staring Tamzin Outhwaite.
Directed by Graham Theakston for Wall to Wall, produced by Gina Cronk, staring Amanda Redman, Alun Armstrong, Dennis Waterman/James Bolam.
Directed by Brian Farnham, Tom Clegg for Carnival Films, produced Brian Eastman, staring David Suchet.
Directed by Andrew Grieve, Colin Gregg, Charles Beeson, Jack Gold, Ken Grieve for Carlton Television, produced Chris Kelly staring John Thaw, Anna Chancellor, Oliver Ford-Davis, Lisa Harrow, Nicholas Jones.
Directed by Robin Lefevre, produced by Alan Bleasdale/Keith Thompson for Diplomat Films, staring Robert Lindsay, Julie Walters.