Kitty van Oosten is a self-taught illustrator and graphic novel artist, who obtained a degree in English Language, Literature and Culture from Leiden University before studying English Creative Writing at the University of Edinburgh. She currently teaches English at Tio University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. In her leisuretime she writes and illustrates fiction, and hopes to publish her first novel in the near future.
At the moment, Kitty is working on a multi-genre, heavily illustrated fantasy novel titled Wrede Sprookjes (Cruel Fairy Tales), of which several chapters have already been published and distributed as stand-alone mini-novels on Dutch and Belgian comic fairs. Additionally, she is working on her graphic novel Demongelic Tragedy, an epic, 150+ pages story that ‘only’ needs to be coloured and lettered.
Gemma Stuart grew up near the sea in Edinburgh, Scotland. She has a degree in Illustration from Edinburgh College of Art and currently enjoys illustrating her own short stories. She participates in several local events, where she sells her art directly to the art-loving public.
Gemma is currently at work on our newest storybook for children: The Hugging Sea!
Here is a sneak peak image:
New members of our illustrator team!
Jenny Moodie is a self taught artist/illustrator. She has been drawing since she could hold a pencil and holds a degree in multi-disciplinary design from Edinburgh Napier University. Jenny currently splits her time creating artworks and wire jewellery to sell at local fairs and exhibitions, and works in the events design and production industry. She creates her artworks using a simple graphite pencil and colours them with digital overlays. Jenny is currently working on a new title for The REWORKD Press entitled, Animal Hugs: A Waverley Story Book for Children.
Here’s a sneak peek:
Charlotte Moody studied art and art therapy at Capital University. Originally from Ohio, she now lives in Dallas, Texas, with her husband and wee pup, Popcorn.
Thomasson Burgess is currently a student at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, studying art education. She hopes to teach for a few years and then go into art therapy. This is her first book.