Rachel Bright is a writer of words, drawer of pictures and champion of silver linings. Rachel Bright exhibits widely, writes tirelessly and frequently creates slightly unhinged characters. Rachel Bright explores the lovliness of words and the magic of pictures, revelling in a world of jam-eating miniature bears and other made-up animals
Rachel Bright is a writer of words. Rachel Bright has been a professional conceptual copywriter for 4 years, dreaming up clever advertising headlines and furiously typing sparkling prose which positively demands to be read. Rachel Bright has been nominated for several awards, a couple of which were recently converted into coveted hunks of plastic for the reception shelf.
Rachel Bright as worked as a designer and illustrator for over 10 years and loves all things art. Rachel Bright has designed and art directed for the likes of Smythson of Bond St, Usborne Publishing, ThirtyThree and Richmond County Council and turned her hand to many illustration commissions, the most recent of which were for Bristol Design Guild and Charnwood. Rachel Bright is also the author of several children's books, including 'What does daddy do?' and 'Love Monster'.