About Sara Hayes

Working from within the cultural quarter in Colchester, Essex, I am a professional designer and creative project manager. I specialise in branding, art direction and creative services from concept through to finished art and production.

I have been trading as EasyTigernet since 2003, and originally studied Art & Design at the Colchester Institute. I am currently studying an MA in Arts Practice at the University of Suffolk, having worked in design and media for over twenty years in the video industry, graphic design and magazine publishing.

Working both here and abroad, for a number of prestige clients, I have compiled a wide and varied portfolio of work, and most recently a focus on designing walking trails for which I am now known, and through my masters I am focussing on public installation art and art curation.

Please contact me if you would like to collaborate on a project.


Giving something Back

Sponsoring a Tiger

As our emblem we are proud to support the work of the World Wildlife Fund in supporting tigers in the wild.

In the past 100 years, wild tiger numbers have plummeted by around 95%, to as few as 3,200.

To sponsor a tiger visit this link:

Sponsored Abseil for British Red Cross

On September 24th 2006 EasyTigernets Sara Hayes abseiled down the 86ft tall Naze Tower in Walton-on-the-Naze to raise funds for The British Red Cross.

You can still donate at:

Supporting the Local Community

A lot of the work we do is with local charities and communities. To support the people we work with part of the work we do is on a voluntary basis, with a view to helping them with fund raising and development.

If you are a charity or community group contact us to see how we can help you on: 01206 530965



Walk21 Conference Munich – The Walton Trails

Friday 13th September 2013
In 2013 Sara submitted a paper to the Walk21 conference in Munich about the creation of Walton Trails Project. She presented a video created during the making of the project. The screening was accompanied by a talk on the manufacturing process, trail creation and an audience discussion.
See blog for further info.