KE Lewis is the resident cartoonist for Cobblestone, a children’s American history magazine, and an animator for Dig It!, an education program based out of Seattle, Washington. A member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, she has illustrated several books and is well regarded for her skills as an animation artist and graphic designer.
After graduating from Brown University with degrees in fine art and art history, Lewis spent several years traveling through Russia, where she served as an interpreter for Siberian shamans, coached rowing teams, and wrote stories for children’s radio. She credits her art career as aiding in her ability to explore the world, and through her art she attempts to communicate what she has learned in a style that is both accessible and visually appealing.
When she is not out drawing or adventuring, Lewis’s interests include bicycling, skydiving, and gardening. A member of the Puget Sound Beekeepers Association, she lives in Seattle, Washington, with her husband, young son, two cats, four chickens, and forty thousand honeybees.