Ep:187 Wake Up Transformation | Sara Sheehan
Sara began her career in advertising, later moving to publishing where she was a contributing editor on numerous consumer and trade magazines. As a representative of these publications, Sara appeared on-camera on Good Morning America, the Today show and produced segments for Oprah. Sara has been the Executive Producer and Managing Partner for both Working Pictures and Grenade Editorial since 1993. She has produced numerous television commercials, branded content, public service announcements, broadcast television, and online series.
Her directing career started with a series of short films for designer Donna Karan’s philanthropic foundation, Urban Zen. During the two years of establishing the Urban Zen brand alongside Karan, Sara worked with Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Woody Merrill, Dr. Cynthia Northrup, and celebrities such as Edie Falco, Michael J. Fox, Richard Gere, Christy Turlington, and some of the most respected thought leaders in the western world including: Marianne Williamson, Deepak Chopra, Tony Robbins and Rodney and Colleen Saidman Yee. Sara also produced and directed Mr. Prince, a documentary about the late, legendary Broadway director and producer Hal Prince which featured Prince’s collaborators Stephen Sondheim, Angela Lansbury, Carol Burnett, Joel Grey, Elaine Stritch, Mandy Patinkin, and Chita Rivera.
Sara has produced the documentaries Mortal, Mercy, Love & Grace, and Wise Endurance. Currently, Sara is busier than ever producing and directing content for broadcast and streaming partners through her companies Working Pictures and OptiK, and is especially proud of the documentary series and transformational endeavor Wake Up Transformation.
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