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About nina

I'm a freelance illustrator based in Seattle, WA. My first illustrated picture book, Theodore the Tree, written by Maribeth Stephens, was released in Oct 2009. I'm actively seeking another book to illustrate and working on a dummy book of a story that I wrote. I LOVE to work!
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7/1/2015Love Wins - Free Printable (0 Comments )
 I created this free printable, in honor of the historic decision by the Supreme Court to legalize same sex marriages in every state in the US. Love Wins! Yes, let people love who they want to love. When more people love and are loved, we... Read the rest of this post
7/1/2015Summer Fun recipe (0 Comments )
 Thought I'd pop in here and share a recipe I created for the awesome website, They Draw and Cook. You can see this, in a larger version, on there, along with other illustrated recipes I've created, on my artist's... Read the rest of this post
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Comment by Rob Christianson on 3/10/2009 at 4:39 PM:
Hi Nina. I'm working on my first book. I did a search on Twitter for people looking for illustrators, and got a bite. =) Try that...
Comment by Eric Hammond on 3/26/2008 at 9:00 PM:
Hello, Nina.
Welcome to JacketFlap.
Comment by nina seven on 3/26/2008 at 6:30 PM:
I'd love to hear from all of you lovely illustrators that have some experience in breaking in to this amazing world of illustrating for children's publishing. I'm just getting started and need all the help and advice I can get!

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