Jennifer Marx is a food and still life photographer whose understanding and manipulation of light and composition not only captures a beautiful image, but also tells a story. She has shot both editorial and commercial projects for various clients, including Kraft Foods, Tyson Foods, National Cattleman's Beef Associates, American Egg Board, Chili's, Walmart, McDonald's, and the Land of Nod.
Kotryna Zukauskaite pursued her education in Lithuania, the UK, and Moscow, and received a BA in illustration from Kingston University. Her work is conceptual with a graphic flair made of stylized geometric shapes and filled in with handmade patterns and textures. Her work yields a hybrid of collage and digital precision. Having family members in the science field, Katrina was also gifted with the nerdy gene, which factors in to some of her illustrative work. She specializes in editorial, popular science, academic, corporate publishing, graphic design, and advertising illustration. She lives and works worldwide from Vilnius, Lithuania.
Once described as her waterlogged years, growing up on the swim team, scuba diving, lifeguarding, and teaching swim lessons, have been the catapult and inspiration of her work today. Having called Chicago, Illinois, Madison, Wisconsin, and Minneapolis, Minnesota home, Kelsey left her roots in the Midwest to complete her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Professional Photography at Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California. Midwest raised, California washed– she is continuously humbled by how the ocean can always make you feel tiny, yet inspired. Now located in Los Angeles, compelled by her wanderlust, she is a strong believer travel is the only thing you can buy that will make you richer.
Today, Phil Disley is acknowledged as one of Britain's foremost illustrators. Born in and now living in Liverpool, Phil studied a Foundation of Arts before entering and graduating from Newcastle University with studies in graphics. His award-winning career began modestly with illustrations in the "Big Issue" in '93.
Since then, his work has become a regular fixture in many of Britain's, and now the world's, most prestigious publications, as well as numerous book covers. Recently, Phil's political work for the Gaurdian
newspapers has been awarded with inclusion into the British Cartoon Archive. He's also been awarded by the Association of Illustrators for his editorial work in the Guardian
. Phil's Classic FM's Hall of Fame
series can now be seen in the Lebrecht