Chelsea Blake Aylward
Caitlin Ziegler also lives and works in Melbourne. She is a graphic designer and illustrator, running her own practice since 2005. Her work has been published by Penguin Books, Oxford University Press and exhibited in the Australian Poster Annual. She has taught Swinburne University, was Co-president of the Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) in Victoria and National Secretary in 2009, and was a preliminary judge for the Premier’s Design Awards in 2010. She does branding and illustration for the Great Australian Beer Festival, has illustrated and restored wallpaper designs for Wilding Wallpaper and created character and set designs for Cybersmart’s online games. She has also illustrated three books – Don’t Drink and Dial (with Kimberly Palmer, published by Penguin Books) Pip & Percy and the search for Nan’s tomato soup (by Kylie Allardice, published by Read Green Publications) and Look Daddy, I’ve got an ice cream (by Jennie Bickmore-Brand). As a mother of school-aged children, Caitlin is well aware of the need for mindfulness and attention to children’s self-esteem. Her son’s school runs regular mindfulness programs focused on ‘growth mindset’ and building resilience.