Debi Hammack Illustration
Specializing in Storyboards & Illustration

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Experience

Eight years of experience in illustrating comic books, storyboarding films and ads, teaching sequential art, as well as creating posters, book covers and a variety of other illustrations jobs.

A sample of my work includes:

Storyboards for:
Director Eduardo Sánchez,
Director Mathew August,
Reingold, Inc.,
Moore & Scarry Advertising,
The Lighthouse Film Company,
Erickson Communities


Display Illustrations for
Gannett Co. Inc

Book cover/interior illustrations for
the Eerey Tocsin Trilogy

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Services/Contact

While specializing in storyboards and illustrations, I am also available to do graphic design, small scale website design. As well, I offer private lessons in drawing and sequential art.

As a versatile yet time conscious artist, I understand that delivery times are critical in order to execute your projects. I will be passionate and dedicated to working on your project until we have a final product that matches or exceeds your vision and expectations. Your satisfaction is always my goal.

Communications are conducted through emails, fax, phone and high-speed internet. I'm also available for on-location work. Located in Wilmington, NC, I have successfully worked with filmmakers and other clients worldwide.

Recommendations

“She was very prompt and communicated with us constantly. What I liked most was her ability to translate my written directions into very compelling boards without my having to over-explain myself. It got to a point where I couldn't wait for the next set of boards to come in. I plan to work with Debi on all my projects.”
-Lin Fahrenheit, Director
The Creative Continuum


"Debi Hammack is a diligent illustrator with a bold visual dynamic and tireless creative passion. From a cold call, she joined our animation team and delivered her portion of the film on time and on spec. We would work with Debi without question."
-Jibril Haynes, Producer
Origin Nile Films
All images Copyright
Debi Hammack 2004
Updated Jan. 21, 2014