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Category Archive: Bright Agency (Childrens illustration blog)

  1. Starting Out: Embarking upon a Career in Illustration with Bright Artist, Alëa Marley

    Alëa Marley is in her third year at university studying illustration, living by the seaside. Here we talk about her inspirations, experience with Bright and advice for fellow students looking to pursue illustration full-time. What mediums do you prefer to work in, and where do you create your work? When it comes to traditional work I […]

  2. Bright New Career Opportunity: Account Manager / Agent

    Illustration by Tony Neal The Bright Group are looking for a new Account Manager/ Agent to join their Educational Team: Bright is the most recognised agency to emerge in recent years. Our artists are acknowledged as the leading new lights across publishing and art licensing. Bright Educational has grown rapidly over the last three years […]

  3. The Bright Group recruits for Artist Coordinator

    Illustration by Alea Marley The Bright Group are looking for a new Artist Coordinator to join their team: Bright is the most recognised agency to emerge in recent years. Our artists are acknowledged as leading lights across publishing art licensing and advertising providing creative content for clients world wide. The Bright Group has grown rapidly […]

  4. Bright Artist Sarah Green at The New York Times!

    Artist Sarah Green has recently illustrated a book about the world famous photographer, Dorothea Lange, which was published by Albert Whitman & Co on February 28, 2017. In celebration of Women’s History month, Sarah was asked to take part in a live illustration session on The New York Times Facebook page. During the event, Sarah created some wonderful art […]

  5. Robert Rigby and Gillian Flint Partner on New Project for CBeebies Radio: ‘Waterways’

    WATERWAYS  We are delighted to announce a new partnership between Bright artist Gillian Flint, and writer Robert Rigby. Robert Rigby, author and dramatist across television, theatre and radio – most recently an adaptation of Alan Sillitoe’s THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG DISTANCE RUNNER for BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Drama slot – first worked for CBeebies […]

  6. The London Book Fair 2017 In Pictures

    We’ve had a fantastic time at The London Book Fair this week. What a positive and buzzy vibe – so much creativity and a love of books under one huge roof. If you didn’t meet us at LBF, and you’re going to be at The Bologna Book Fair, details are below on who’s who at […]

  7. Rocking Around The Book With Author, Illustrator (+ Musician) Tom Knight!

      (Early cover art concept for Jimmy Finnigan by Tom Knight, published by Templar) Tom Knight is one of life’s true creatives, both artistically and musically — when he’s not drawing he will be playing an instrument of some sort. His background is in graphic design, which gave him a great understanding of form and […]

  8. The Stars, The Sun, and a Little Owl: Behind the Book with Karl Newson & Migy Blanco

      Illustrator Migy Blanco has teamed up with author Karl Newson in creating a beautifully illustrated story — perfect for bedtime reading. Migy Blanco’s colour palette is so warm, he transports you to countries with tropical climes, creating pictures it’d be nice to step into for a while — especially if you live in a built […]

  9. What do Caterpillars Dream of? Meet Bright Artist Clive McFarland

    Bookpage says: “Each page of Clive McFarland’s Caterpillar Dreams delights readers with a colorful collage of images. Little Henri has personality to spare, and preschoolers and their parents will enjoy taking a romp with this bright-eyed, determined caterpillar.” The book published in the US with HarperCollins on January 17, 2017, and in the UK on February 23, […]

  10. Do I Need an Agent? A chat with Bright Senior Agent James Burns…

    Illustration by Graham Ross It was an honor and a privilege to be asked by Giuseppe Castellano, Executive Art Director at Penguin Random House, to help answer the question “Do I Need An Agent?” on his blog at the end of last year. Along with five other talented kid lit agents, I spoke to the merits […]

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