Julia's website is juliawoolfillustration.com

Agent: Helen Mackenzie-Smith at Bell Lomax Moreton

Contact her directly at juliawoolf@earthlink.net
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Julia Woolf

Quick fire questions

When is your most productive time to work?  When I’m really busy with lots of work.
Drawing item you can’t live without?  Pencil.
What music puts you in your groove?  I don’t listen to music, but love listening to a live football match on the radio.
Age of child you most love to draw?  Small Children, 2-5, but I like drawing animal characters best.
If you were an animal, what would you be?  Cat.
Favourite, yes only one, children’s book of all time?  I Can Fly by Ruth Krauss, Illustrated by Mary Blair.
Illustrator, author from any time you most admire?  Lauren Child.

A spread from my forthcoming author/illustrator book, published by Macmillan ‘Giraffe on a Bicycle’.

Title page from ‘This Little Bear of Mine’ Caterpillar Books. (This version is not in the final book.)

A spread from ‘Five Little Ghosts’ Caterpillar Books.

A spread from ‘Five Black Cats’, Caterpillar Books.

A spread from ‘Follow the Fox’, a pop up and open the flaps book, (flaps not shown), personal project.

A spread from ‘Follow the Fox’, a pop up and open the flaps book, (flaps not shown), personal project.

Kit and Kat, personal project.

Fox character, personal project.

Character study for ‘Where is the Duck?’ , personal project.

A spread from ‘Where is that Duck?’ (it’s an ‘open the flaps’ book and the shower curtain lifts to reveal the large duck), personal project.

Cover for ‘Where is that Duck?, personal project.

Kitkat and Toffee, design for an app that I’m developing, personal project.

A spread from ‘Lazy Cat’, personal project.

Character study for ‘Lazy Cat’, personal project.

A spread from ‘Lazy Cat’, personal project.

‘The Chase’, personal project.

‘Fox in the Forest’, personal project.

Endpaper from ‘Boat’, personal project.

A spread from ‘Boat’, personal project.

A spread from my forthcoming book, published by Macmillan ‘Giraffe on a Bicycle’.