Sasha was born in to an artistic family with a long line of ‘Constable’ artists dating back to her famous ancestor, the quintessential British landscape painter, John Constable (1776-1837). In 1992 she completed a Sculpture BA Hons degree at Wimbledon School of Art in London where she specialised in stone carving and began experimenting with relief printmaking.
Between 2000-2018 Sasha lived and worked in Cambodia, initially invited as an artist-in-residence for the World Monuments Fund, which led to a number of other roles within the art sector. She was actively engaged in the vibrant contemporary art scene in Cambodia and has been a teacher and mentor to many young upcoming artists, as well as coordinating large-scale art projects and curating exhibitions in various venues ranging from galleries, 5-star hotels to street festivals and parks. Sasha was involved in a number of ‘Peace Art’ projects working with students from the Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh and the EU disarmament programme operating in Cambodia. Over 100 sculptures created out of destroyed small arms and four large monuments are permanently sited in different provinces.
Returning to the UK in 2018 Sasha is enjoying re-connecting with her roots in the South-West. She recently created a new series of linocut prints based on Cerne Abbas and has started teaching again.