Welcome Arielle Guevara!

I’m excited to introduce my new client, Arielle Guevara!

Isn’t Arielle’s artwork beautiful! She has a wonderful story she is currently working on that I’m so excited to read. I adore her passion for the environment and the ocean that she builds into her art and stories.

Arielle Guevara is an illustrator and character designer. Born and raised in the Philippines, she graduated with a BFA in Animation from Savannah College of Art and Design. She is very passionate about sharing her Filipino culture and her advocacy for environmental conservation through her art.

When she isn’t drawing, Arielle enjoys a good iced coffee, listening to 80s music and freaking out over french bulldogs. She also co-hosts the podcast Hey, Hire Us where she interviews her artist friends and hypes them up to get hired.

Welcome Brandi Payne!

I’m excited to introduce my new client, Brandi Payne!

Brandi is a kidlit illustrator and author! I love her graphic novel ideas and illustration, she even has a picture book idea that has the cutest little kitty (below). I can’t wait to get their work out there.

Brandi Payne is a designer, illustrator, and cartoonist from the Appalachian Mountains who loves whimsical stories, goofy characters, and colorful worlds. She draws inspiration from old JRPGs and late nights spent making up stories with her sister and friends. Brandi has a Bachelors in Graphic Design from Maryville College but has spent her entire life scribbling comics wherever they’ll fit

Welcome Viane Londoño!

I’m excited to introduce my new client, Viane Londoño!

I absolutely love Viane’s work. They have such a wonderful and versatile style, so when I reached out to them and learned they were also writing a graphic novel based on their mothers hometown stories about brujas in Colombia, I knew I had to sign them.

Viane Londoño is a Colombian-Costa Rican illustrator and comic artist. They are the author/illustrator of the webcomic From The After World, and they run the @DisabledArtists Collective. They currently live in San Diego, California, with a tuxedo cat who has a penchant for eating plants.

Welcome Rebecca Ollerton!

I’m excited to introduce my new client, Rebecca Ollerton!

When I saw Bex’s online comics come across my Twitter feed, I reached out to her right away. They were so relatable and I love her art so much. I’m so happy she chose me to help her grow her career. I can’t wait for you all to see her graphic novel!

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Isn’t this cute!! Look at us. So happy. 🙂

Rebecca Ollerton is a former animator turned comic artist. She writes and illustrates introspective comics about mental health, neurodiversity, and the general struggles of being a human in an overwhelming world. In an attempt to alleviate the pressures of that overwhelming world, she currently lives in the English countryside with five hundred sheep and fifteen dogs. Rebecca is known for telling stories that convey an emotional truth and her aim is to raise awareness of anxiety, depression, PTSD, and neurodiversity through her work. When she’s not drawing or writing, she enjoys playing piano and taking care of far too many house plants. You can find her work on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook under the handle Schnumn.

Welcome Joanna Cacao!

I’m excited to introduce my new client, Joanna Cacao!

As soon as I saw Joanna’s illustrations, I was hooked. I offered her representation as soon as I could. Her graphic novel is such a unique and wonderful blend of fantasy with Filipino culture. I can’t wait to share it with the world.

Joanna Cacao is a Canadian Filipino with a background in 3D Animation. She has taught classes in Manga and Comics and is an illustrator for the Native Winnipeg-based educational company Native Reflections. Her illustration work can be seen in multiple picture books, including THE LITTLE SISTERS series, THE BANNOCK BUN MYSTERY, and AJHA’S PICTURE DAY.