Illustrators / Photographers / Etc.
Brian Jackson is the Head of Mineralogy at the National Museums of Scotland.
Joanna Jackson has lived in Richmond for more than 18 years. She has a strong interest in local history, and in 2000 she wrote and produced an audio tour of Richmond town centre for the local tourist authority. She is a guide at the nearby Wetlands Trust. A keen photographer, her images have been used in cards, calendars and books. Her other titles for Frances Lincoln are A Year in the Life of Kew Gardens, A Year in the Life of Richmond Park, A Year in the Life of Richmond and A Year in the Life of Padstow, Polzeath and Rock.
Shailja Jain is a freelance illustrator, animator and graphic designer. She loves dogs and trees and cyles round Pune, in India, sketching.
Ann James is a former art teacher who is now firmly established as a gifted illustrator of children's books. She has illustrated over 50 books, many of which have been published around the world.
Alison Jay specialised in illustration at the London College of Printing, where she gained a First Class Honours degree. Her first picture book was published in 1998, but she has previously worked on a wide range of advertising and packaging illustration and has many clients in the USA. She has also shown her work at various private exhibitions and galleries in the UK. Her book William and the Night Train was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal and won the Transworld Children's Book Award.
Susie Jenkin-Pearce was born in Harrow, Middlesex. She studied Fine Art at Hornsey Art School and later did a course in illustration at her local art college in Harrow. She spent several years as a teacher working with children with reading difficulties and is now a full-time author/illustrator of children's books.
Steve Jenkins lives in Boulder, Colorado, with his wife, Robin Page, and their three children. Besides writing and illustrating children's books, Steve and his wife run a graphic design studio.
Andrea Jones is one of the world's foremost garden photographers, having built up an international reputation for her photographs of landscape architecture, gardens and plants. The latter was the subject of Andrea's critically acclaimed solo book Plantworlds (2005). She has collaborated on numerous other book projects since Bold Plants and Grasses and Bamboos, both by Noel Kingsbury (1999). Andrea's collection of work forms the stock library Garden Exposures and appears in the international press including Gardens Illustrated, Garden Design (USA), House and Garden and The Daily Telegraph. .....
Ana Juan's witty, dream-like paintings have appeared on book and album jackets, film festival posters and in numerous magazines.