Sara Lacombe is a Los Angeles based producer in entertainment production focusing in the realm of music videos and commercials. Her career started at David Naylor & Associates as an office assistant and has since reached new height. Today Sara currently is a video commissioner at Capitol Records while still producing for several production companys including Creative Row, Happy Place, Cinema Giants, Luti Media, Terrero Digital, ERG Designs and Vilas Entertainment. She has had to opportunity to work closely with top directors such as DAPS, Jessy Terrero, Eif Rivera, Sasha Samsonova, Anthony Mandler, Colin Tilley and many others. Sara has also contributed to works with artists and brands such as Jay Z, Dj Khaled, Usher, Chris Brown, Justin Beiber, NAS, Taylor Swift, Disney, Mattel Samsung, Lexus, Cadillac and Nike.
In October 2016, Sara's first produced documentary film for the artist Gerardo Ortiz titled "Como Un Sueño" was released in theaters across the United States as well as Mexico.
Originally from North Carolina but raised in Philadelphia, Sara was born to her Dominican mother and a father native to Chicago with parents from Haiti. She attended Temple University receiving a Bacheolor of Arts in Broadcast Telecommunications and Mass Media with a focus in Television Production and Advertisement. Sara spent her last semester as part of a study abroad program in Los Angeles which resulted in her relocating permanently immediately after graduating in 2012.
When Sara is not producing music videos and commercials she is in pursuit of creative relief. Always willing to try new things. Sara has various hobbies including painting, sewing, poetry and random diy projects she finds on pinterest. She also has worked independently with various artists creating music videos and behind the scenes content for The Game, Bastille, Meek Mill and Stat Quo. Sara has made a name for herself in production and amongst celebrities with her great work ethic and professionalism.
"I feel like there is always a story to tell. I have many emotions that I prefer to not bury and instead express through my art.
I want to create and be a part of something meaningful, something thatmakes people feel."
Sara's true passions are narratives and short films. She one day hopes to make movies based on true stories from her life and people she knows.