A resident of New York City, Sarah Williamson has produced multiple illustrations for "The New York Times" and other clients such as Microsoft, Comcast, VH1, Cricket Wireless, "The Washington Post," "Playboy," "Poetry," "Time Out," "Downy," Trident and Nokia. Since 2012, she has freelanced as an art director for "The New York Times," where she has commissioned artists to create illustrations for the editorial section and specially curated online content, including the columns Anxiety, The Stone and Private Lives. Williamson works side by side with the editors and writers to present the most engaging, compelling and intelligent illustrations to accompany the specialized online content and news articles, which can be wonderfully complex and sometimes tragic. She is the author and illustrator of "Where Are You?" (Knopf, 2017) and the forthcoming "Let's Go!," which is slated for publication in 2018 by Knopf, an imprint of Random House.