Sarah Kearns is a photographer and artist currently based out of Brooklyn, NY. All work on this site is for sale. Please contact me at if you're interested in my photographic services or for prints.



2018, International Center of Photography, Continuing Education

2016, Syracuse University, BFA, Art Photography


Work Experience

Visitor Services Volunteer, The MET Museum, New York, NY              March 2018 - Present

Project Manager, No Water No Life, New York, NY                               May 2017 – Present

Digital Media Intern, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum                      September 2016 – December 2016

Lab Intern, Light Work Lab, Syracuse, NY                                              January 2015 – May 2016

Assistant, Doug Dubois, Syracuse, NY                                                   June 2015 – August 2015

Photojournalist Intern, Magenta Publishing, Florence, Italy                  September 2014 – December 2014




Memento, Exhibiting Artist, Carrie Able Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


Indicate Interest Zine Fest, Group Zine Fest, Lantern Hall, Brooklyn, NY

Petes Mini Zine Fest, Group Zine Fest, Pete's Candy Store, Brooklyn, NY


These Memories, Solo Exhibition, Baldands, Syracuse, NY

To Each Their Own, Exhibiting Artist, Spark Conetmporary Art Gallery, Syracuse, NY

The Rest of the World Sleeps, Curator, Spark Contemporary Art Gallery, Syracuse NY

Sex-Ed, Exhibiting Artist, Spark Contemporary Art Gallery, Syracuse, NY

Transmedia Annual, Honorable Mention, Light Work Hallway Gallery, Syracuse, NY

The Illest, Exhibiting Artist, Spark Contemporary Art Gallery, Syracuse, NY


Micro Expressions, Exhibiting Artist, Spark Contemporary Art Gallery, Syracuse, NY


Student Exhibition, Exhibiting Artist, Syracuse University Florence Gallery, Florence, Italy



Orenbeg Press, "NET 2.4: Moments that stay" 


Vista Magazine, “A Cup for Everyone”

Vista Magazine, “American Horizons in Tuscany”

Magenta Florence, “The Fasting Women against the Mafia”

Magenta Florence, “A World of Contemporary Photography at Lucca”