Andre Frattino is a professional illustrator and storyteller, having worked in a variety of mediums, from published graphic novelist to ghost tour guide to reality television and podcast personality. He currently holds degrees from both Savannah College of Art and Design (BFA Sequential Art) and the University of Florida (MA Art Education).
As a Visual Storyteller, he utilizes his skills in both writing and illustrating to work on a variety of projects, both personal and commercial. He is the creator of the Florida-focused graphic novel series, The Flagler's Few, (published through Pineapple Press) and has worked with clients including the New York Times Bestselling Author, Shelley Fraser Mickle, Infinite Energy and Firehouse Subs. His recent titles include the Kickstarter-sucess Simon Says where he served as writer, and his illustrative adaptation of A Land Remembered, a Pulitzer Prize nominated novel.
Millhopper Library - Teen Space
Sunday, November 4th, 1:30PM
Join Andre for a hands on art workshop. Don't miss your chance to learn from a published illustrator and ask questions about how to make a career out of your art.
Headquarters Library - Meeting Room A
Monday, November 5th, 6:30PM
Andre will discuss his graphic novel adaptation of A Land Remembered. After the discussion and Q&A session, he will conduct a comic book workshop.
You can find titles by Andre Frattino in the library's catalog.