Sara Ryung Clement is a Los Angeles-based set and costume designer. She has designed sets and costumes for numerous world premieres, including Catherine Treishmann's How the World Began, Itamar Moses' Completeness, José Cruz Gonzáles' Sunsets and Margaritas, and John Glore's adaptation of The Night Fairy.
Additional regional and local design credits include the Geffen Playhouse, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, South Coast Repertory, East West Players, The Theatre @ Boston Court, TheatreWorks, Cornerstone Theater Company, Denver Center Theatre, Seattle Rep, Perserverance Theatre,Yale Repertory Theatre, CenterStage, The Chance Theatre, A Noise Within, Marin Theatre Company, Summer Play Festival, and Deaf West Theatre.
She was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Theatre and Dance department at Loyola Marymount University from 2011-2013, and is currently a lecturer at UCLA.
Sara received her M.F.A. in Design from the Yale School of Drama and her A.B. in English Literature and Drama from Princeton University.