ABOUT SARA SADRI
Welcome to my personal website. I am a researcher at Princeton University. These pages are to post my photography and filmmaking activities, as well as my blog posts.
While a postdoctoral researcher in the Princeton Land Surface Hydrology Group focusing on low flow analysis of the Eastern United States and drought in Africa under advisors Justin Sheffield and Eric F. Wood, I started to blend her scientific work with films and photos to reach a broader audience. I took courses in documentary filmmaking at Princeton University and later, took courses in narrative and feature filmmaking at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.
I have traveled, lived, and worked in several parts of the world. In 2008 I was a guest researcher at DHI Denmark in Hørsholm. In 2010-2011, I worked as a consultant at the Department of Water and Climate of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), a division of the United Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland. In 2011-2012, I worked as a project manager and research and development coordinator at an Engineering firm in the Greater Toronto Area where I won a prestigious Canadian NSERC R&D Industrial Research fellowship. And in 2012, while still a postdoc at Princeton, I studied and worked at Mpala Wildlife Research Centre in Kenya too.
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