Sara B. May is a documentary and fine art photographer based in Seattle, WA. Her work has included post-Ebola Sierra Leone, Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, the post-earthquake crisis in Haiti, and the US/Mexican Border. Her work has been featured on PBS Newshour and TakePart.org, and her recent work in Sierra Leone, "After the Crisis" will be featured in the fall 2017 issue of Zeke Magazine. Her images have been featured in solo exhibitions at the Leica Gallery in Seattle, Washington, as well as the Leica Gallery in Washington, D.C., and group shows in Seattle and NYC. In her free time she enjoys shooting the land and cityscapes of wherever she happens to find herself.
"One cannot find peace by avoiding life."
- Virginia Woolf