Sage’s work focuses on how humans interact with their home environment. The central thesis of her work is: what defines a place as home? One way to try and answer this is by highlighting aspects of the day-to-day that are embedded in routine. In other words, her photographs are inspired by objects and customs that appear banal in their local context. Through her photographs Sage hopes to give the viewer a new sense of appreciation and awareness for the place they call home.
Sage is a 22-year old photographer living in Montreal. She often uses herself as the subject of her photographs, creating scenarios and costumes with everyday objects she finds around the house or on the street. Sage loves to take photographs of other people as well.