Moon grew up between France and England. She studied drawing, then began a modeling career which plunged her into the world of fashion, a world that later propelled her in turn into the world of photography. Her international fame began in 1967, with her collaboration with Cacharel. In 1970, she devoted herself exclusively to photography and her work was published in numerous magazines.
Robert Delpire hired her to make photographs for his advertising agency and they subsequently shared their lives together.
Sarah Moon is particularly famous for her Polaroids, her halftone photos, her erased faces. The themes of fashion but also of nature, myth, exoticism are present in her images, always almost a little blurry … Sarah Moon has been rewarded several times for her work, she is exhibited and recognized world wide.
In 2021, the Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris presents the exhibition « PasséPrésent », a retrospective of her work.