T.S. Lamb is an artist, illustrator, sculptor, graphic designer and owner of Epiphanies. T.S. illustrated Pie Plate’s first children’s release, the first installment in the Asim the Awesome Possum series: Asim Gets His Awesome, which teaches about adjectives. (Intended 36-40 DRA LEVEL Lexile: 780 Flesch-Kincaid: 3.4 Content Lesson: Parts of Speech – Adjectives). For samples of her work and inquiries, check out T.S. on Facebook (as Epiphanies), LinkedIn, or on her website: www.epiphaniesdesign.com
As Pie Plate is always about educating new authors, we love to highlight T.S.’s process for you on our Facebook page. If you haven’t had a chance to check out our Facebook page to see how Asim the Possum and PCLS developed over time, be sure to visit and scroll down through the timeline to see a few of the character designs and early sketch work by T.S..
To be announced.
Jason Strat of SMP Studio lent his skills to the cover of Why Am I Still Single? A Tough Love Guide for Single Women. We greatly appreciate his talent for capturing the author’s vision for the cover and look forward to working with Jason on more original photography for our covers! In the meantime, check out SMP Studio to see more of Jason’s work – he captures everything from portraits and weddings to street scenes and nature. He also recently worked as Still Photographer on the set of Mandolyn’s Masquerade (the Short Film, based on the book of the same name, written by publisher Jennifer Oddo.)
Stephen Sharbatz is a high school English teacher with a background in communications, media studies, journalism, and philosophy. An aspiring novelist himself, Stephen is thrilled to be helping other authors to achieve their dreams while working on his own. His first assignment with Pie Plate was as copy editor for Why Am I Still Single: A Tough Love Guide for Single Women by Shay Stone. His English expertise coupled with his male point of view was a great contribution to the project.
Carla Lee is a freelance illustrator in the United Kingdom and a valued contributor to Pie Plate. We expect her beautiful biro pen artwork to appear in future Pie Plate publications, and her talent is already seen in our Pie Plate logo. To see more samples of her work, find Carla Lee on Facebook, LinkedIn or her website: http://www.carlalee.co.uk/