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Living Elsewhere: Because a life overseas can be tough and, well, sometimes you just have to laugh Paperback – February 19, 2018
"Perfect for anyone who knows the challenges of expat living." Alison Cavatore, Founder of Global Living Magazine.
"It’s our ability to see the humour in those embarrassing, unknown and sometimes painful situations that makes our days a little bit lighter and helps to deal with whatever comes next." Kristine Racina, Director of the Expatriate Archive Centre.
"The evocative, thought-provoking drawings beautifully capture the realities of expatriate life." Rachel Yates, The Expat LifeLine
About the Author
Cath is an Australian artist and heritage interpreter who specialises in cemeteries and sacred landscapes. She was brought up with a love of global travel from a young age. These travelling experiences opened her eyes to the diversity of culture and people and laid down the foundations of her career in the heritage field. Cath's work as the Cemeteries Conservation Officer for the National Trust of Australia (NSW) in Sydney, provided an opportunity to see the full gamut of human mortality and she gained further insight into the importance of culture, family and the sense of home. Cath has drawn for as long as she can remember and is rarely without her drawing book and pencil. Her work has featured on corporate Christmas cards, clothing, a book and promotional materials for various businesses, but she loves nothing more than sitting in a coffee shop sketching her immediate surroundings. Whether it's a cup and saucer or a family chatting at a nearby table, a holiday is not complete without café sketching! Whilst her drawing materials are the first thing she packs in a holiday bag, it's the experience of living outside of her home country that has birthed this book - a process of exploring complex thoughts and feelings about identity, community and personal well-being. Cath is married and lives in Dorset with her wife and their elderly deaf dog, Ozzie.