Christine Sharp is an illustrator, a writer, designer, an artist and occasional performer who has worked in the creative industries for over 20 years. She runs her own freelance business in areas such as book design, graphic design, editing, illustration, writing and photography. In 2010 Christine completed a Master of Arts (Research) in Writing for Youth & Children at QUT. Christine is passionate about creating beautiful, inspirational and joyful books for children and adults. She works from her home on Tamborine Mountain, surrounded by birds and in the company of her dog, Billie Bear.
Her books include the beautifully illustrated children’s books Bea (UQP, 2013), Sylvia (UQP, 2014) and Bertha and Bear (UQP, 2017). She has also co-authored and produced Eat Local: Food, Farming and Conversation in the Scenic Rim with Brenda Fawdon, published by the Scenic Rim Regional Council in 2016. She has several other non-fiction and fiction projects in the pipeline.
For more about Christine, you can go to https://www.christinesharp.com/.
For enquiries about Christine’s publication, audio, film and TV rights, please contact Jo Butler: firstname.lastname@example.org.