Sarah Bush is an innovative and highly skilled design professional with a Masters Degree in Fine Arts and accomplishments in communicating across disciplines, managing teams, and utilizing technology in the development and delivery of diverse product lines and crafting experiences.

Sarah is currently the Creative Director for Jackson Street Studios and she has a blog called Make Great Stuff where she helps busy, artistic women weave creativity back into their lives again. Before starting Jackson Street Studios, she was the Creative Director for Studio U, where she developed unique crafting experiences that enabled non-crafters to reproduce and customize upscale craft projects. In the late nineties, she was a Senior Designer for Bx2/Berry Jewelry Company, where she developed signature home accessories collections that sold to major department stores as well as customized home décor and jewelry collections for private label and corporate accounts.

In her role as Web Coordinator for Yeshiva University and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Sarah applied her design, communication, and management skills to the web. She built and managed the maintenance of two large, decentralized web sites--resolving architecture issues, generating graphics and stand-alone interfaces, and functioning as a liaison with administrative departments and assorted colleges across the university.

Sarah started her career by launching her own line of jewelry, clothing, and greeting cards. She earned an MFA in Decorative Design from the Memphis College of Art and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts.