Caitlin Rose is a freelance illustrator, artist, and designer currently living in Baltimore, MD. Her work includes a coloring book campaign for the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), album artwork, book cover design, and children's illustration. In addition, she works part-time at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) within the Learning Resource Center, the college's disability resource office, and has designed posters, flyers, and pins for the department in an effort to increase disability awareness at MICA.
Caitlin has a BA in Studio Art and Psychology from St. Olaf College, and has continued her education at the Baltimore Academy of Illustration. She grew up nestled against the Wasatch Mountains of Salt Lake City, Utah, and looks forward to someday living among mountains again. In the meantime, she writes and draws from her studio in her old Baltimore farmhouse, which she is currently renovating by hand with her husband and four very “helpful” cats.