Bryn Barnard

Bryn Barnard, illustratorBryn has illustrated over twenty books for children.  His clients include the National Geographic Society, NASA, Disney Entertainment, Nintendo, Time, Alaska Airlines, Sears, and Scientific American. He studied studio art at the University of California, Berkeley and illustration at the Art Center in Pasadena, California. 

He is the author-illustrator of four books: Dangerous Planet: Natural Disasters That Changed History, Outbreak: Plagues That Changed History, The Genius of Islam: How Muslims Made the Modern World, and The New Ocean: The Fate of Life in a Changing Sea. His titles have been translated into Korean, Arabic, and Indonesian

Bryn is also a public artist, teacher, and lecturer. His murals have appeared in hospitals, courthouses, and libraries. He has spoken at schools, colleges, libraries, museums, conventions, mosques, and World Affairs Councils across North America, and more than 35 international schools in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. He currently teaches International Baccalaureate Diploma Program art and theory of knowledge at Busan International Foreign School in Busan, Korea. 

Bryn grew up in Laguna Beach, California and splits his time between Friday Harbor, Washington and Busan, Korea.

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Books by Bryn Barnard