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 is a writer and editor based in Melbourne, and a Forbes Travel Guide Correspondent. In 2011, Sandi founded The Melbourne Writers’ Club.

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.

Brittany Stewart

Brittany Stewart | Fashion Editor

Brittany is an RMIT Journalism student who has dabbled in radio, TV, print and online. Originally from London, after five years she reckons she’s finally got the whole Australian thing down pat. Apart from the inability to tan and the English accent, of course. With an unhealthy obsession with fashion that would put any shopaholic to shame, her wardrobe is groaning under the strain of all the clothes that hang there, not to mention the hundreds of magazines piled on the shelves above. She’s a hopeless romantic with an unbeatable collection of soppy novels and rom-coms, and is still dreaming that one day she can be surrounded by clothes, shoes, books and lemon slice and call it work.

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.