Being a children’s book author and illustrator sounds like it should be all sunshine and rainbows, but sometimes you can get too much in your head. Kim shares her personal journey of becoming a children’s book writer/illustrator while dealing with her own struggles like imposter syndrome, finding work/life balance, and getting outside of her comfort zone. And we’ll all get outside our own comfort zones while creating a few fun monsters, too.
Sharing a personal journey of being a children’s book writer/illustrator.
Illustrators, writers, freelancers, creatives, and anyone interested in those things.
Four Things Audience Members Will Learn
- About Kim’s journey being an illustrator
- How Kim has personally struggled with things like imposter syndrome, taking on too many projects, work/life balance, and how she dealt with or is still struggling with these things
- Sharing some career highs and lows and why she loves illustrating picture books
- Drawing monsters!