Sarah Kramer serves as Senior Editor, working with all levels of the Studio to develop editorial content and contribute to architectural, educational, and news publications. She is the coauthor of “Deep Mapping,” with Jeanne Gang and Claire Cahan, and “Merging a Traditional Building Method with Commercial Construction Technology,” with Claire Halpin, and is the editor of Jeanne Gang’s essays “Three Points for the Residential High-Rise: Designing for Social Connectivity” and “From Exhibit to Classroom: Transitioning Aquariums and Zoos for the Twenty-First Century.” In 2015, Sarah led the redesign of the Studio Gang website, working with the design and development team of Practise and Studio Scasascia.
Formerly, as Editor at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, she helped produce publications such as This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s and The Way of the Shovel: On the Archaeological Imaginary in Art, among many others. Since 2009, Sarah has also worked with MAKE: A Literary Magazine, a yearly publication of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, reviews, and visual art. She currently serves as MAKE’s Art Portfolio Editor, selecting a body of work by a Chicago-based artist for publication in each issue.
Sarah joined Studio Gang in 2013 and works from the Chicago office. Born and raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan, she is a graduate of the University of Michigan.