Sarah Funk is a Graphic Designer for Public Blueprint where she executes our clients’ web and print design needs. She brings with her an extensive knowledge of social media to the team as well as the ability to deliver information and tell stories in a visually appealing manner.
Sarah specializes in creating graphics that marry aesthetics and professionalism, while also clearly articulating a specific message. She works diligently to design compositions that fit the client’s wishes, while also catching the eye of the audience for whom it was intended.
Before joining the Public Blueprint team, Sarah worked as a designer and media buyer for a digital media firm. During that time, she assisted with social media, web and print design for an array of political clients including Ted Cruz for President, Comptroller Glenn Hegar, Red State Women, Senator Charles Perry, Austin City Councilwoman Ellen Troxclair and more. She’s also worked with multiple non-profit organizations and has assisted them with their branding, awareness, and fundraising efforts.
Sarah grew up in Dripping Springs, Texas and is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University where she obtained a B.A. in Graphic Design and a minor in Spanish. Sarah currently lives in Fort Riley, Kansas where she and her husband, Ryen, are stationed with the U.S. Army. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, photography, crafting and cozying up with her golden retriever puppy, Winston, while watching Fixer Upper.