Legendary artist Andy Fish illustrated Geeks & Greeks. You could say that Andy wrote the book on graphic novels... because he has. Andy is the author and artist of five "how to" illustration books, including the classic text How To Draw Graphic Novel Style.
Andy studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island. Andy trained under such legendary comic creators as Jack Kirby and Will Eisner. His current client list reads like a who's who of top businesses, as well as work for celebrities like Stan Lee and Adam West. He is the author and artist of seven graphic novels, including Dracula's Army: The Dead Travel Fast and Werewolves of Wisconsin.
His paintings, which mix his love of all things pop culture have been displayed in art galleries in Seattle, San Francisco, New York City, Boston, Worcester and London. He even has a painting in the collection of the National Gallery in Washington, DC.
In addition, Andy is an adjunct professor of art instruction at the Massachusetts College of Art and at the lead faculty member for the graphic novel illustration program at Emerson College in Boston.
Andy's vibrant, kinetic style is informed by a strong pop sensibility and artfully employs the use of super-saturated colors to make panels vividly come to life.
Andy lives near Boston, allowing him to visit the actual settings of this graphic novel making his drawings even more realistic.