Sarah Zucker is a writer and artist based in Los Angeles.

Her work combines obsolete and cutting edge technologies to yield visions of a neon future that never was.  She creates GIF + video art, directs music videos and web shorts, and produces live visual installations.

She writes with Patrick Rogers. Their work focuses on female-driven/queer narratives, and camp sensibilities.

She runs The Current Sea, a digital-analog media studio, and is the Co-founder of YoMeryl, an art + animation team, with Bronwyn Lundberg.

She became a Jeopardy! Champion on September 27th, 2013.

Her work has been featured on VIce Creators, New York Magazine, Stereogum, Installation Magazine, LAist, NPR Music, Buzzfeed, LAWeekly, AdHoc, The Stranger, Tumblr Radar and more.  

She co-curated Prism Pipe, a monthly visual music event at pehrspace in Los Angeles from 2014-2016. 

She teaches Writing the Ten-Minute Short Film, Writing the TV Spec Script, and Creating the Animated GIF through Skillshare. 

She holds a BA in Theater/Creative Writing for the Media from Northwestern, and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU.