Sarah is an interior designer and photographer based in Nashville, Tennessee. She graduated from Auburn University in 2009 with a degree in interior design and began her career working in the commercial design field for an architect firm. Although she enjoyed the challenge of working on large commercial projects, she soon realized that her heart was more invested in residential design. Since then, Sarah has worked as a residential designer on local projects in Nashville as well as throughout the South. She has extensive experience working with architects and contractors on renovations and new construction projects. She finds joy in the creative process of tackling the challenges that each new project brings and is willing to work hard to ensure that her clients love their home. Her style is a mix of modern and eclectic with a touch of Southern charm.
Photography started as a hobby for Sarah while she was still in school. Over the years she has had the opportunity to refine her skills by working with other talented photographers and attending classes at Vanderbilt University. Although her main focus lies in family, portrait and lifestyle photography, she is always looking for new and exciting challenges.
"I am so fortunate to have made a career out of doing what I love and find meaningful. Our homes are the places we retreat to. They're where family dinners are shared, where children grow up, where we rest and play and make memories. There is something so special about being invited to create the backdrop where these moments take place. When I see the months of planning and hard work come to life in the completion of a project, my joy comes from hearing my clients say that they truly love their home. From drawings and plans to choosing finishes and furniture, I love everything about the design process. I am blessed to have the opportunity to build relationships with families not only through design but through my photography as well. I get such a thrill when I am able to capture sweet candid moments for clients and freeze them in time to be enjoyed for years to come.” -Sarah Moore