For inquiries about work, or to just say hello, contact me here.
For children’s books contact my agent, Brenda Bowen at SJGA here.
Moomah magazine interviewed me and you can read about it here.
Pen and Oink interviewed me and you can read about it here.
Photo by Isabelle Dervaux
Jessie Hartland is a New York City-based commercial artist and writer and illustrator of books for children. She has painted murals at a Japanese amusement park, designed Christmas windows for Bloomingdale’s and put her mark on ceramics, watches and all sorts of other things.
She has done drawings for many magazines and newspapers such as: the New York Times, Travel and Leisure Family, Martha Stewart Kids, Bon Appetit, and Fit Pregnancy.
Corporate clients include Target, Swatch, Fodor’s, and Solaris Hong Kong.
Jessie has written and illustrated many picture books for children, including “How the Dinosaur got to the Museum” and “Bon Appetit: the Delicious Life of Julia Child”, a graphic biography for all ages. Out in 2013 was “How the Meteorite got to the Museum” from Blue Apple. Now published in over 10 languages, and just out in paper from Penguin Random House, Schwartz & Wade Books, is "Steve Jobs: Insanely Great!" It's a graphic biography of Steve Jobs and it's for all ages.
Her paintings have been exhibited in Venice, Tokyo, Long Island and New York City.
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