Sarah Corbett grew up in a low-income area of the UK into an activist family and has worked as a professional and award-winning campaigner for 10 years most recently with Oxfam GB. She started doing craftivism (craft + activism) in 2008 as a reaction to traditional aggressive or quick forms of activism. Due to demand for her beautiful, kind and quiet form of activism, Sarah set up the global (and also award-winning!) Craftivist Collective in 2009 which now has thousands of supporters across the world taking part in her craftivism projects. Corbett is one of the leading spokespeople in the craftivism movement (with media across the world including French TV & Italian TV) contributing to 6 books and regularly gives talks & lectures around the world including Bauhaus University and Beckmans in Stockholm. Sarah works with art institutions such as V&A, Southbank & Tate as well as charities such as Save the Children & Unicef and has also collaborated with cult jewellers Tatty Devine & Secret Cinema amongst others. Sarah also sells products, consults and collaborates with charity campaign teams, delivers workshops & exhibits her own craftivism work around the world. Her book “A Little Book of Craftivism’” was released October 2013 distributed by Thames and Hudson worldwide. Her book “How To Be A Craftivist: the art of gentle protest” is out October 2017 distributed by Penguin Random House worldwide.