Illustrators

For each issue, we rely on our talented team of illustrators to provide the beautiful illustrations that accompany our articles. They generously donate their time and talents and for that, we are sincerely grateful.

Popular Books for Children Albina Nogueira – Albina Nogueira has been a primary school teacher since 1992, and a writer and illustrator since 2006. She currently lives in Switzerland, but her homeland is Portugal. She is also the author of Letters to Grandparents  and Hairdresser. To find out more, like her on Facebook or see her books in Amazon.
Recommended Reading: We Are What We Eat Lara Friedrich – Lara has been a freelance illustrator for Mothering Matters since early 2013. She is in her third year of university (majoring in psychology) where she’s currently working as an assistant in a research project in pedagogy. Lara is also an assistant translator from German to English for various fiction books, and works as a demo singer for the songwriter Kate Northrop. 
The Little Witch Laura Munteanu – Laura has studied journalism and advertising, and has been working as a journalist and an illustrator. She has been illustrated for magazines, websites, charity and different campaigns. She lives in Zurich with her husband and her eight-year-old daughter. Laura is also our Illustrations Coordinator and regular ‘Crafty Kids’ contributor.
La Leche League Susana Gutierrez – Susana is the mother of two little girls and an freelance illustrator.  She can be reached at s.escapa@gmail.com.
Losing a Child: Grief and Recovery Ivy Hieber-Kwok – Ivy started illustrating for Mothering Matters back in the days when we were a print journal.
Eight Things I’ve Learnt About Being a New Mother Jen Bognar
Family Heath Justyna Chudzinska

Sharanya Mageshwaran is a stay-at-home mom of a very naughty three-year-old who speaks better German than her mother does. Before moving to Zurich, Sharanya was a pharmaceutical research scientist in India. She loves painting and sketching with fauvist expressionist abstract themes. More of her artwork can be see here: http://somelightandcolor.blogspot.ch/

 

 

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