Agent Red has been performing and directing theater and video since a young age, and studied video and film arts through college in Los Angeles, CA.
While attending film school, Red took up hip-hop dancing and competed at local and regional events, becoming the first female member of the outrageous hip-hop comedy group, DC Juicy, performing at the Comedy Store in Hollywood, Studio 54, and 40 Duece in LAs Vegas. She realized it was much closer to her heart to persue forms of media and performance outside of the Hollywood Media Industry.
Creative and resourceful by nature, Agent Red soon began collaborating with other highly talented artists after college, garnering valuable experience in Performance Art, and Event Production, as well as further endeavors in Creative Direction and Media. As a founding member of the Lucent Dossier Experience, her first instinctive pairing was to team Lucent up with Director Shane Drake's crew for the Panic! at the Disco "I write Sins, Not Tragedies" video. The video earned MTV video of the year in 2006 and was a major achievement for the Band, the Director, and the Performers. It was one of the first of what is now a wave of theatrical music and performance tours. She performed internationally and in the States for the next few years, styled and created costumes, performed as a dancer, aerialist and singer, and assisted in creative direction. Red's creativity was one of the driving forces behind the interactive nature of the Lucent Dossier interactive experience, a style that is now seen across the globe. Perpetually ahead of the game, Agent Red always has new tricks and ideas up her sleeve
Sarah Johnston, aka Agent Red, has been a performer since as early as the age of 8, when she began performing in schools and at county fairs. After winning Best Student Director in her High School Theater Department, she went on to earn 4 degrees in the field of Arts & Entertainment: