Sarah is a registered architect, having received her Master of Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, London. She is a founder of the multidisciplinary practice SKY YUTAKA with a focus on architecture, landscape and art projects exploring history, culture, materiality and technology, and the potential to develop design through collaboration and community engagement. The practice won an A&D Award for a landscaping project in 2016.
She is an honorary officer of the RIBA Hong Kong Chapter and an advocate for equality, diversity and inclusion. Active in academia, she is Adjunct Associate Professor at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and a lecturer at the University of Lincoln in Hong Kong. Her research evolves around the topic of place making and the history of Hong Kong and she has contributed to initiatives to promote emerging local creative talent.