Kurt Miller currently resides in Central California as a freelance illustrator. He graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Visual Communication and with an Award of Merit for Outstanding Achievement in Illustration. He has been in the visual communication field since 1990, going back to the days before the 3D generation; eight of those years Kurt spent illustrating in the gaming entertainment industry. His ability to conceptualize for these clients is highly regarded and allows them to focus on the written message while he explores the visual content. He's quite proud of the relationships he has developed over the years working with talented directors and marketing professionals who know the path to success.
Floto + Warner
Floto+Warner are an art and photo duo based in Brooklyn, NY. Cassandra Warner (b. 1975) graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a B.A. in Photographic Arts and Jeremy Floto (b. 1976) is self-trained. Together their work expands beyond photography to sculpture and painting. Floto Warner's approach often focuses on human intervention in the realm of nature and landscape. Their work has been in exhibited in the Carnegie Museum of Art, Walker Art Center and Yale University Art Gallery. Commercial clients include AT&T, Volkswagen, Canon, SAP and General Electric.
Ben the Illustrator
Ben the Illustrator is excited by shapes, form, movement and color. Ben believes that in life we’re provided with endless forms and colors and he excitedly recreates them in his illustration work, he enjoys creating exciting illustration, illustration that excites people.
He is a highly experienced illustrator, renowned for a positive, creative outlook and a solid understanding of commercial design, the visual arts and successful business. Ben relishes diversity and welcome all opportunities; large or small, print or digital, editorial, advertising, publishing, interiors, fashion, surface patterns, murals and any other world beyond.
Rob Culpepper is an advertising and editorial photographer based in Birmingham, Alabama. He and his talented crew have traveled around the South, from Miami to Charlottesville and New Orleans to Houston - and many places in between - for projects with magazines, ad agencies, design firms, corporations, and small businesses. His ability to connect with people creates authentic moments that resonate with consumers, clients, CEOs, and other stakeholders.
Edward Koren has long been associated with The New Yorker magazine, where he has published over 900 cartoons and numerous covers. Famously fuzzy, furry at times, Ed’s people and animals have delightful snouts, smiles, and mannerisms that remind us of the pleasanter sides of self-image. Clients include: New Yorker, New York Times and most recently Hermes.
Lee Lorenz has distinguished himself both as a cartoonist and as an expert on humor and laughter throughout the last 60 years. His cartoons are unique yet traditional, with a brush line charged with energy and a punch line always on the mark. Lorenz first published cartoon appeared in Colliers in 1956, and two years later he became a contract contributor to The New Yorker, which has published more than 1,600 of his drawings. He was The New Yorker's art editor for 25 years, from 1973 until 1993, continuing as cartoon editor until 1997. His current clients include The New Yorker, Departures and corporate accounts such as West Jet.