Sarah Frank

Sarah’s most recent Production Design credits include “Harlan Cobens’ Shelter” series produced by Amazon, “Bull” for CBS, and the one and only season of “Limitless” on CBS.

Sarah grew up in New York City and majored in Studio Art at Kenyon College in Ohio. Sarah’s early interest in art and film lead her to her first film job during the summer as a PA on “Goodfellas” and there it all began. That experience and her continued interest in film started her on a path through the Art Departments in such films as “Guarding Tess” (Hugh Wilson), “Homicide Life on The Streets” (created by Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana), “The Scout” (Michael Ritchie), “Die Hard III” (John McTiernan), “Striptease” (Andrew Bergman) , “Broken Flowers” (Jim Jarmusch), “Changing Lanes” (Roger Mitchell) , “Autumn in New York” (Joan Chen) to name a few. Moving her way up through the Art Department, she worked as an Art Department Coordinator, Set Dresser, Graphic Designer, and then Art Director; experiences which brought her to the ultimate love of Production Design. She has worked numerous times with Spike Lee who gave her her first Design credit on a short film he directed “Jesus Children of America” films “Red Hook Summer”, “Miracle at St Anna”, “Da Brick” and numerous commercials Pepsi, ESPN, Burger King, TNT, T-Mobile and NBA.

Sarah draws inspiration from the collaborative process of filmmaking. Aside from her creative talents as a Designer, Sarah’s extensive experience in all aspects of the Art Department has informed her ability to assemble a creative and construction teams that run smooth and effectively.