A classically trained artist with a BFA from Pratt Institute, Sarah’s journey to cake design began in 2014 at Sylvia Weinstock Cakes, where she worked as lead artist and creative director. After Sylvia’s retirement in 2017, Sarah worked closely with Kate Sullivan of Cakepower on a variety of projects that exposed her to new edible mediums and a truly boundary-pushing way of working. She approaches cake design from the standpoint of an artist, and pulls from her background to inform the way she composes and creates edible work--chocolate becomes clay, buttercream becomes paint, and cake is the underlying structure. While her first passion is art, what's inside is just as important as what's on the outside—her cakes are made entirely from scratch by a small team of professionals, and the taste speaks for itself.
Sarah's work has been seen on Style Me Pretty, The Knot, NBC's Today Show, the Food Network, and the Cooking Channel. She’s worked with New York City’s top wedding planners/designers, and her cakes have gone to venues like the Museum of Natural History, the Metropolitan Club, Prospect Park Boathouse, 501 Union, Gracie Mansion, and the Bay Room, among others. For more information or to set up a consultation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.