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The edition ~ verso team who work closely with artists in-house, includes founder Sara-Aimee Verity and studio assistants, Shaifali Bramdev and Michaela Verity.  
edition ~ verso hosts an active internship programme that supports many of the studio’s activities.
Interns are trained in various capacities reflecting not only those within the scope of print and paper making but, extend to professional practice within the broader arts sector. To enquire about the internship programme please send a letter to

Shaifali Bramdev (b. 1994) is an academic, professional and forever student. With an education in physical and social sciences, she works across media and considers materiality and conventions through experimentation and practice. With studio and project management skills, printmaking passions and artistic experience, she assists the edition ~ verso studio in phenomenal ways. Shai is an apprentice printmaker.

Sara-Aimee Verity (b. 1981), founder of edition ~ verso is a master printer, apprenticed to Zhané Warren. Her practice is working with artists, attempting to translate their ideas and thoughts onto paper with the companionship of the printing press.
Verity is a sessional print lecturer at Wits University and has worked and printed for many artists (see below ) at; Warren Editions (Cape Town),  Artists Proof Studio (Joburg) and Foundation Acè (Buenos Aires).
As a publisher, she always wants to do more, slowly.

Michaela Verity (b. 1986) is a graphic designer, trained photographer and illustrator. Friend of animals, lover of trees. Michaela plays a fundamental role in assisting in studio operations; from design to the role of clean hands.

Some of these artists include;
William Kentridge, Kagiso Pat Mautloa, Georgina Gratrix, Handspring Puppet Company, Colbert Mashile, Doris Bloom, Hentie Van Der Merwe, Mongezi Ncaphayi, Paul Emmanuel, Norman Catherine, Brett Murray, Sanell Aggenbach, Lebohang Motaung, Bianca Baldi and Bridget Baker, Michael Taylor, Ina Van Zyl, Sober and Lonely Institute, Ziyanda Majozi, Faith47, and Nomthunzi Mashalaba