Sarah Torrance Joins BrightFire as a Digital Marketing Specialist

Get to Know Sarah Torrance

With continual growth comes a need for additional team members to ensure every client of ours receives the same concierge service and personal support that helps BrightFire stand out from the crowd. Today, we’d like you to meet Sarah Torrance, BrightFire’s newest Digital Marketing Strategist. 

Sarah uses her background in web design and development, graphic design, and digital marketing to help bring our clients’ ideas to life. She takes the time needed to understand each agent’s needs and goals and turn their ideas into a strategy for success. 

Despite spending most of her life in the South, Sarah hates the heat and humidity. That’s also why she loves what she has been doing for work for the past 10 years – website design/development, graphic design, and digital marketing – all of which can take place in air conditioning.

At BrightFire, we’ve developed a series of questions that are scientifically proven to tell you everything you need to know about a person. Here are Sarah’s responses to those questions.

What is your go-to karaoke song?

I have never sung karaoke, but I will sing any Queen or Linkin Park song whenever they pop into my head. 

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

I want to travel to my ancestors’ homeland, Scotland, and visit Torrance Castle, Norway, where my husband’s family is from. I would also love to travel to New Zealand for a few months. 

What do you usually do when you have time off?

I spend most of my time with my husband and our dog, Higgins. If it’s the weekend, it’s pretty much guaranteed that we’re either hiking, on the water, at a car show, or taking our truck up some trails to find Higgins someplace new to sniff. 

What is your favorite movie, and why?

I enjoy many different movies, in multiple genres, so picking just one would be impossible. Instead, I’ll pick three that in a way are all part of the same story. My favorite movie is the Lord of The Rings trilogy, but it’s my favorite for more reasons than impressive cinematography. I love these movies because I saw every single one in the theatre with my dad. When a new one came out, we would go and enjoy it together. After we saw the first one he built a theatre in our house so we could keep watching it, and our other favorite movies, as many times as we wanted. We watched LOTR and Bad Boys I & II an unsettling number of times, but they never got old because we were spending time with each other. My favorite movies will always be the ones that include my favorite memories.

What is your guilty food pleasure?

Crab and cheese springs rolls and curry chow mein with lots of hot Thai chili peppers. Also, BBQ. I will never turn down good BBQ.

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