Sandi Sieger | Director & Editor-in-Chief
Sandi Sieger started writing when she was six years old. She has the first journal she ever wrote in, which declared, ‘When I grow up I want to be a writer,’ and included sentiments such as, ‘If some kid ever beat me in a running race, I’d probably bash them up.’
Sandi plans to remain blissfully content, rebellious and passionate for her entire life. She is not usually very far away from her MacBook Pro, Canon EOS and retro printed notebook (or seven). She loves seeing ink marks around her forefinger and has a terrible habit of making lists.
Find out more about Sandi and read her work at her personal blog In The Thick Of It.
Kait O’Callahan | Health & Sports Editor
Kait O’Callahan moved from New Zealand to Australia in 2009 due to her love of sport. She considers Melbourne Park her second home and can be found watching a multitude of sports at all hours, sometimes even simultaneously. A spontaneous career choice led her down the path of health and she works full time as a radiographer to pay the bills. Writing about health and sport are her specialities, but like most creative types, she has an opinion on almost anything. Her musings on the game of tennis can be found at Any Given Surface and also On The Go Tennis.
Sarah Kempson | Fashion Editor
Sarah Kempson’s passion for fashion might be a cliché, but it is her unique take on life that adds spark and colour to her runway reporting. After spending all her disposable income on shoes and bags, Sarah discovered that writing about fashion was just as enjoyable as walking down Chapel Street window shopping and it is this insight that brings you everything from Australian budget buys to home grown haute couture.
Sarah has her cocktail ring finger on the pulse of not only the Australian fashion scene, but Melbourne lifestyle; uncovering bars, coffee spots and events for everyone’s tastes. Between the fabulous fashion and cosmopolitan lifestyle, Sarah dabbles in social media community management, public relations and event hosting, whilst penning the occasional piece based on the novelties and quirks that are her day to day experiences.
You can read more of Sarah’s work on her blog Sarah’s Style Emporium.