Anh-Minh Le, Editor in Chief
Anh-Minh is a regular contributor to The San Francisco Chronicle Datebook and Home & Garden sections. She is responsible for “The Stylemaker Spotlight,” a weekly column that profiles prominent individuals in the design community. She previously wrote for the popular design blog Apartment Therapy. Her work has also appeared in ReadyMade magazine. Anh-Minh holds a master’s degree from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and a B.A. from UC Santa Cruz. She resides in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she and her husband occupy what she describes as a giant tree house surrounded by redwoods.
Meg Mateo Ilasco, Creative Director
Meg is an accomplished writer, illustrator, designer, and entrepreneur. She has authored six books, including Craft, Inc. and Crafting a Meaningful Home. Her line of Mateo Ilasco home accessories and stationery products is carried at stores nationwide. Her graphic design work has received awards from The Pasadena Museum of California Art and Print magazine. Meg studied psychology and architecture at UCLA. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, she continues to live there with her husband and two young children in an Eichler-style house.
Kate Woodrow, Copy Editor
Kate Woodrow is a senior editor at Chronicle Books, an independent publisher in San Francisco, where she acquires art books and gifts. She’s developed more than 200 products, from fashion retrospectives to craft kits to stationery and journals. Kate also copyedits, proofreads, Tweets, and Instagrams for Anthology. She lives with her husband in a Berkeley bungalow.
Kate Pruitt, Online Editor
Kate is a freelance designer, artist, writer, editor, and creator. Originally from New Hampshire, she moved west to earn her undergraduate degree in Art and Art History from Stanford University, and has since found it difficult to leave the beautiful Bay Area. Her design projects have been featured in various print publications, including ReadyMade, New York Magazine, Country Living and The San Francisco Chronicle. She is also a senior editor at Design*Sponge, where she manages several weekly columns and creates original DIY projects. She currently resides in Oakland with her boyfriend and their very demanding cat.
Joy D. Cho, Market Editor
Joy is a graphic designer and blogger who worked with numerous fashion clients in New York before launching her own business, Oh Joy! in 2005. She now designs textiles, packaging, and branding for clients in the fashion and food industries; consults other creative businesses through her Rx program; and sells her stationery, home office, and wallpaper line nationwide. She has authored the Oh Joy! blog since 2005 and co-wrote Creative, Inc., a book about becoming a freelance creative talent. Joy studied Communications Design at Syracuse University’s School of Visual and Performing Arts and now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their three cats.