Sarah Gray has worked as a Picture Editor in magazines such as Esquire, Financial Times, GQ, Tatler, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Times features, and Vogue, but also did a couple of years at Magnum Photos, New York, and London in 1996 and 2006. After finishing her university degree in London, Sarah took off for New York,
involved with the production of an Aperture book entitled, India: A Celebration of Independence 1947-1997 which led her into a collaboration with Magnum. Sarah worked alongside Leonard Freed, on an exhibition called Nude & Naked which toured Europe thereafter. Back in London, Sarah started at The Sunday Times doing the World Press Photo Awards feature for the magazine. After many years working on publications, Sarah’s final call on photo desks was as Photo Director for The Times features.
Having gained much experience in the photo business, Sarah decided to work on her own photo projects following a move to Zürich. Her photos have been published in Condé Nast Traveller, FT Weekend Magazine, Guardian Weekend Magazine, Monocle, Traveller, and Reportage Press.