Anne Lambelet earned a bachelor’s degree in illustration from the University of the Arts in 2014 where she was awarded the Roger T. Hane award for the top illustration portfolio by a senior. While at UArts, she also received awards in the student competitions hosted by the Society of Illustrators, Creative Quarterly magazine and 3x3: The Magazine of Contemporary Illustration. In 2015 she finished illustrating her first picture book, an educational introduction to the National Park Services, and has since worked with several clients including The Boston Globe magazine, The Progressive and Simon & Schuster. She currently lives in Philadelphia with her husband Brice, her adorable dog, Eevee and her morbidly obese (but also adorable) cat, Fitzgerald. For children's book illustration, she is represented by Stephanie Fretwell-Hill at Red Fox Literary. You can contact her by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org or by using one of the methods below.