Sasha completed a Sculpture degree at Wimbledon School of Art in 1992 where she specialized in stone carving and also began a love for relief printmaking. These two mediums have been a constant in her varied journey in the art sector as a teacher, curator, mentor, art projector coordinator and artist.
Sasha lived and worked in Cambodia between 2000-2018. Initially invited as artist in residence for the World Monuments Fund she then moved back into education, setting up numerous projects and workshops for university students and disadvantaged children amongst others.
She was an active participator in the developing contemporary art scene in Cambodia where she curated many high profile exhibitions that consequently launched the careers of a number of contemporary Cambodian artists.
Sasha was also very involved in the ‘Peace Art’ movement and coordinated two large-scale peace art projects in 2003-2004 and 2007; these projects transformed destroyed weapons of war into sculptural expressions of peace. Three monuments can be seen sited in public parks in Phnom Penh, Battambang and Kompong Thom and her monument dedicated to Deminers is situated in the HALO Trust compound in Siem Reap.
Moving back to the UK in 2018 Sasha is working full-time on her own work and coordinating occasional community art projects. Her new series of sculptures are inspired by different themes including a Covid-19 response series, mythological creatures, mental health and nature. She uses a variety of stone including British limestone, soapstone and alabaster and has also started working in bronze.