Sara Lacombe was originally born in North Carolina to a Dominican mother and father with Haitian roots. Raised in Philadelphia, Sara attended Temple University graduating with a degree in Media and Communications.
Sara's eclectic body of work makes her versatile and experienced in a number of disciplines. She has directed and produced visuals for chart-topping artists such as Cardi B, Billie Eilish, Migos, DJ Khaled, Lil Baby, Justin Bieber, and Wizkid. Her work has received several VMA and BET nominations, taking home Video Of The Year at the 2020 BET Awards for DJ Khaled's Higher ft Nipsey Hussle and John Legend.
She has executed branded content and commercials for global brands like Nike, Adidas, Lexus, Mattel, Disney, Samsung and Google. With Google's "Black Owned Friday" taking home an Andy Award and 6 Clio Awards in 2022.
While Sara’s work mainly consists of music videos and branded content, those aren't just her creative outlets. From creative directing and producing tour visuals for the Migos stage of the Audrey and The Three Migos Tour to directing mini docs and live performances for Billboard, she has no plans to limit her creativity. She has also produced a concert documentary titled Gerardo Ortiz : Como Un Sueño in 2015 that aired in theaters globally.
When not on set Sara explores her passions for travel and fashion. She is currently developing projects that shine a light on social issues that affect POC and women. She currently lives in LA.
Billboard - 'Twerk' Co-Director Sara Lacombe on 'Empowering' City Girls & Cardi B Video, Making Opportunities for Women of Color