Sarah Kellner is a San Francisco content strategist, writer, and artist with a penchant for creativity. She’s currently working her dream job as a Content Producer on an internal website at Apple. She loves the mix of right-brain, left-brain work that she gets to do. She loves thinking strategically about content, using her eagle eye to edit, working and building in Drupal, and getting down and dirty in brain-twisty HTML, not to mention project management, and relationship building. In her prior position as a Content Strategist at Facebook, Sarah developed a passion for good UX, led a critical feedback session called Quality Workshop, and performed multiple content and value proposition tests by partnering with research, data science and engineering.
She graduated with a BFA from the Savannah College of Art & Design in 2010 and was the resident artist at gallery1526 in Atlanta in 2013. She has been featured in exhibits in both Melbourne, Fla. and Atlanta, Ga. Sarah’s art is strictly analog, her preferred media are ballpoint pen, charcoal, oil and acrylic paint, and she has recently begun exploring mixed media and mandala designs.
At a young age, Sarah developed a relationship with music that became a constant in her life and her musical obsession has taken visual form in portraits of David Bowie, Prince, Stevie Nicks and many others. She also draws inspiration from street art, architecture and the work of fellow Melbourne, Florida native artists Clay Misner, Christopher Maslow, Jeff Noble, and Derek Gores.