Tom Connell has more than 20 years of illustration experience and mainly focuses on vehicles and other machines.
Pedro Correa is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer from Florianopolis, Brazil who works in editorial design, motion graphics, branding, and icons for web. See some of Pedro’s work at pedrocorrea.com.
Katie Crumpton is an illustrator and designer who loves drawing cute and whimsical artworks. Her books include More Bees Please!, Dark Water Magic, and Library Alive!. Her primary focus is in children’s books, but she is also interested in licensing, animation, and interactive illustration. Katie
Peter Curry has written and illustrated numerous books for young children, ranging from board books and novelty books for babies and toddlers to early learning books, preschool picture books, and activity play books. His work has been widely published in the UK, Europe, the USA,
Barbara DiLorenzo is an author and illustrator. She received her BFA in illustration at the Rhode Island School of Design and studied painting at the Art Students League of New York under Mary Beth McKenzie. In 2014 she received the Dorothy Markinko Scholarship Award from the
Amy Downes is an illustrator and designer living and working in Brighton on England’s south coast. Having studied fine art and portraiture, she has since gone on to create fun and colorful illustrations, particularly of animals (including her guinea pig, Henry!). Amy has worked with
Victoria Grace Elliott is the creator of the webcomic Balderdash! or, a tale of two witches. Yummy: a History of Desserts is her debut graphic novel. She’s a queer Southern illustrator & comic artist living in Austin, Texas.
Elina Ellis is a children’s book illustrator from the United Kingdom. The Big Adventure is the first book she has authored.
Clare Elsom is a talented young illustrator scribbling away in London. She has doodled for over 50 different books, most recently Spark’s Bad Spell, and has also worked with CBeebies.
Christiane Engel is a children’s book illustrator who loves creating quirky characters and unique maps. She also creates puzzles and animation. Christiane lives by the sea in South East England with her family. Visit her online at chengel.myportfolio.com.
Isa Enriquez is an illustrator from the Philippines. She’s deeply influenced by Shonen manga and is also devoted to the manga style within the graphic novel medium.
Amanda Enright is an illustrator from West Sussex in the United Kingdom.
Paola Escobar is a Colombian graphic designer and illustrator. She has worked for a variety of publishers, including Oxford University Press, Penguin Random House, Scholastic UK, Laurence King, HarperCollins, and Little, Brown Book Group; as well as a broad range of print and digital magazines.
Andrew Everitt-Stewart has nearly 30 years of experience in the publishing trade. He is both an illustrator and paper engineer.
Kyung Eun Han lives in Anyang, Korea, and worked as a credit analyst before deciding to become an illustrator. Since then, Kyung’s work, which uses both digital and traditional mediums, has been featured in magazines, advertising, book covers, calendars, movie posters, animation, and other
Shen Fei is an illustrator based in Malaysia. He grew up drawing manga and superheroes, which has led him to working in games and animation for the past decade. He is currently a freelance artist working on film, games, and books.
Claire Fletcher studied graphic design and art at Central School of Art and Design, Kingston University, and the Royal College of Art. She is the co-founder and director of Made in Hastings, a shop selling locally sourced gifts and artwork in Hastings, England. Find out
Ciara Flood is a freelance illustrator and designer who lives in London with her partner and young daughter. Those Pesky Rabbits was her debut picture book.
Luke Flowers is the illustrator of more than fifty children’s books. He illustrated the New York Times best-selling A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: The Poetry of Mr. Rogers and Disney’s The Muppet Christmas Carol: The Illustrated Holiday Classic. He is also both author and
Jane Foster is an illustrator and textile designer. Her products have been featured in major magazines including Vogue, and her designs can be found on prints, quilts, and cushions, and more in stores like Ikea around the world. She lives in England.
Laure Fournier was born in Antibes, France. She studied in the Emile Cohl School of Art in Lyon (France) before continuing her studies at Swindon College in England. Since graduating, she has worked as a children’s book illustrator. She regularly goes to Burkina Faso in
Laura Freeman received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City and began her career illustrating for various editorial clients, including The New York Times Book Review, The National Law Journal, and New York Magazine. She also worked as a computer artist in the
Tor Freeman has been writing and illustrating for children since graduating from Kingston University with a BA in Illustration in 1999. Her books include Ambrose Goes for Gold (Macmillan, 2008) and Nelson (Walker Books, 2009).
Diego Funck is an illustrator and graphic designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He’s been drawing professionally for the past ten years, creating children’s books and working with educational publishers in Belgium, Congo, Haiti, and India. He currently lives in Brussels, Belgium.
Fhiona Galloway has been a freelance artist for many years and has enjoyed illustrating for a wide base of clients and products, including the My Little World series. Fhiona currently resides in Scotland with her husband, daughter, and giant schnauzer.