Who am I?

My name’s Sarah Miller, I’m proudly Canadian but I’m also proud to be a little española as well, having lived close to a quarter of my life here in Madrid. I’ve done a lot of different things so far in both my career and my life. After studying graphic design in Toronto and Halifax, I worked in advertising for several years. I learned so much during this time, and worked with some amazing people, but I needed a change. I moved to Spain in August of 2010, where I have continued to design, but have also worked as an English teacher, content creator and translator. I love learning, and I do so every chance I get (formally and informally). In August of this year I will be moving back to Canada with my family – so the next adventure can begin!

Why Pelabravo?

Pelabravo Design was named after a village of about 300 people in Northwestern Spain. I had the unique opportunity of living and working there for a few months, and it was definitely an eye-opening experience. It gave me a completely different perspective on life and has influenced my creative work on many levels.

Digital illustration of Pelabravo


The infamous Pelabravo rooftops
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Nothing to see here, just a sheep relaxing beside a bathtub
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A visit to Pelabravo as a soon-to-be Mom

Metropolis, one of the most spectacular buildings in Madrid
An incredible shot of Toronto by an incredibly talented photographer, Stephanie Swift.

Want to see my work?
Visit Pelabravo Design’s Portfolio.