Meet our MINT EDITION team
Daniela Herold is a writer, painter and illustrator who lives on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, with her husband and her dog Merlin. The German-Canadian loves jazz, Argentinian Tango and baking rye bread. She is the author of the children’s book “See you, little star”, the German novel “Alles wird anders bleiben” and "RATANGO".
Dean Baltesson is a Canadian poet-songwriter whose fine poetry combines existential bite with beauty. For over twenty years, the Canadian has become a distinctive voice of his generation, working steadily and discreetly on his poetry, which has been published in numerous magazines, and books in North America. He is the author of "There must be words to describe this."
Illustrator and painter
Charlton Bullock is an illustrator with British and Canadian roots. His themes are a reflection of his interests – marine and sailing, surrealism and Argentine Tango. Charlton graduated from the Manchester College of Art and Design with a degree in Product Design. After immigrating to Canada in the late seventies, Charlton went into business designing, building and racing sailboats. The skilled draftsman works in oil or water colours.
Sabine Berg studied art and design in Hamburg, and worked as Art Director in a leading advertising company and at two major publishing houses before relocating to Canada in 1996. Sabine works in Acrylics, water colour, Ink, Pen, Photography, and Digital. Her collages often combine natural scenes, shells, birds, animals and botanicals with illustrations. The proud mother of a creative daughter works as Graphic Designer in Victoria.
Sarah Batschelet, long based in Switzerland, took a degree in Art History from Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, and lives as a freelance writer and editor near Zurich. The accomplished poet loves music and has been writing for "Bachtrack" - the largest site for live classical music - for many years.
The Victoria-based illustrator and graphic designer. has worked in film and television for the past 12 years. Lisa prefers pencil for drawing and loves markers; She often works in photoshop with scanned layers of colour and drawing to compose her illustrations. Lisa is inspired by landscape and architecture as well as small natural oddities, flora and fauna.