Troy cummings

After college he spent a few years working in the Chicago Tribune's art department and then became an illustrator for a kids' website called FreeZone. In 2000, Troy started his own studio, focusing on editorial and educational illustration. His clients have included Time for Kids, NY Daily News, Pearson/Scott Foresman, Random House and Cartoon Network. He also created animated versions of a child's nightmare for a production of Ravel's L'Enfant et les Sortilèges for the DePauw Opera that were projected onto screens above the stage to interact with the performers. Troy lives in Indiana with his wife, who is a French professor, his baby, who is working on her third tooth, and his cat, who chases dogs.

Books Published

Client list:

Back Stage
Cartoon Network
Chicago Tribune
Chicago Daily Southtown
DePauw University
Indy Men's Magazine
Medill School of Journalism
New York Daily News
Pearson/Scott Foresman
Portland Monthly
Random House
Time for Kids
Wiley Publishing