Sara has a solid portfolio career in marketing despite being hampered by a degree in Classics. She used her enviable talent with dead languages to get a job with Club 18-30 in Spain, where fortunately sentences of 3 words largely prevail.
Eventually needing to sleep, Sara returned to England to be lured into the glamorous world of advertising, where slogans of 4 words or less pay mortgages.
Sara tried using the same 4 words at McCann Erickson, Saatchi and TBWA/GGT but switched saddles intermittently to test them out at Levi Strauss and Global Radio on a European and UK basis. She recycles them at the BBC. She had a dictionary for Christmas.