Sarah Arison moved to New York City from Miami, Florida in December 2008 where she began working as the assistant to the Fashion Director of W Magazine. From there, she became a freelancer, styling advertising campaigns and runway shows for preeminent designers including Oscar de la Renta, Chanel, David Yurman, Estee Lauder, and Alberta Ferretti. During this time, she was also producing and hosting styling videos for Elle.com, as well as doing video coverage for fashion and philanthropic events, A graduate of Emory University with a double major in Business and French, she is also President of the Arison Arts Foundation, focusing on support for emerging artists, is on the Board of Trustees of The National YoungArts Foundation and of The New World Symphony, and the junior board of American Ballet Theater. She is a co-founder of the website www.at60inches.com- a leading resource for vetted rising art and design talent. She left her job doing Retail Strategy, Engagement Marketing and Brand Development at Lividini and Co. to begin a career as a producer in the film industry and recently sold the film “Desert Dancer” starring Freida Pinto to Relativity Media.