Sara Ossana began her design career at the age of four as a painter and artist. Finding inspiration from nature, photography, sculpture, literature and many other disciplines Sara continually strives to embody all elements of the physical world into her work. She studied Fine Arts, Film and English Literature at Rice University, then attended the Rhode Island School of Design graduating in 2005 with a Masters Degree in Interior Architecture.
Since then her design career has flourished in both Theatrical Set Design and Interiors. To express her demonstrated skills in multiple design disciplines, Sara founded StudioSeven7 after working in architecture and interior design firms in Boston. This freedom allows StudioSeven7 to focus on many design disciplines, incorporating all into every project. This enriches the creative process, creating a truly unique and collaborative expression of space that is constantly changing and growing with each project.
StudioSeven7’s recent Scenic Design credits include: Neighborhood 3 for The Public Theatre’s presentation of the Summer Play Festival 2008, Sweet Disaster and Weightless for The Perishable Theatre, Don Carlos, The Pillowman and The Taming of the Shrew for The Gamm Theatre, Punk Play, What Once We Felt, The Fishbone Fables and costume design for Neighborhood 3, In Spite of the Devil, Eating God and The Kitchen Painting in 2007 with the Brown / Trinity Consortium as well as 3.a.go.go and The King Stag with The Elemental Theatre Collective.