Canadian-born writer, editor and lecturer Sarah Snaith has worked for Eye, the international review of graphic design, in various roles since 2012. She is currently the assistant editor of both Eye magazine and Pulp, the quarterly journal of people and paper made for Italian paper company Fedrigoni (launched in 2014).
Originally a dancer, Snaith has an MA in Design Writing Criticism from the University of the Arts London (UAL), and a BA in Design from The Cass School of Art and Architecture. She teaches Contextual & Historical Studies in the School of Communication at the Royal College of Art. Other teaching duties have included teaching Contextual & Theoretical Studies at London College of Communication, workshops for the Emre Senan Design Foundation (Turkey), London Metropolitan University, Design History Society, University of Reading and University of Hertfordshire.
In addition to her Eye activities she has written for Creative Review, MagCulture, MidCentury, Gym Class and YouCanNow; and is an associate of Ken Garland with his imprint Pudkin Books.
Notable Eye magazine articles by Snaith include ‘Technical challenge’ (Eye 95), about the 2017 film Graphic Means, ‘Dance on the spot’ (Eye 89), about contemporary dance iPad apps and ‘Raw like sushi’ (Eye 87), an overview of independent food magazines.