Michalla hopes to ignite within children a passion for reading, learning and imagining.
Megan Russell is an actress/singer currently working in New York.
Born in Istanbul, Esra learned drawing before talking.
Cynthia is a visual development artist and illustrator based in the US. She is focused primarily on design for digital and print media.
Mia is an illustrator, designer, and animator based in New Jersey. She is currently working towards her B.F.A in Animation/Illustration.
Olivia is currently earning her BFA in Illustration Olivia’s areas of study include illustration, painting, fiction writing, patterns, and hand-drawn typography
Lauren Brown is an illustrator who graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Illustration from Northern Illinois University in order to pursue her dream of illustrating children’s books
Timothy's career goals centers around creating new and enjoyable gaming experiences. He is currently completing a degree in Video Game Programming.
Christian Gramling is a game designer. He hopes one day to make meaningful experiences that spark positive emotional and social change in players.
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