Tom Morgan-Jones is an award winning illustrator based in Cambridge, UK. His work is widely and internationally published, from Children's books and magazines to satirical boardgames.
Feel free to contact him to discuss illustration or commissions.
On the 30/10/2016, Tom Morgan-Jones stated that...
So far in my peculiar and lucky life I have illustrated over 70 children's books, all wonderfully written by lots of talented people. But as of yet I haven't written my own book. Well, until now. Well, it's being written now, as you read, I'm drawing and writing my own picture book. I've found a fabulous publisher who are letting me play, it's very trusting of them. It makes me very happy and thankful. Needless to say I won't stop collaborating with other writers, and there are a few gems in the pipeline. But right now I am hidden away having a whale of a time. I'll let you know more about it when I can. In other news I was super chuffed to illustrate the book 'Mission:Explore National Parks', packed with a bumper 49 missions. Launched in conjuction with National Parks Week here in the UK, check this Ordnance Survey Blog out, it includes a short video with a man smelling poo. I've blogged about my new children's book 'The Boy and the Globe'. This fine book is written by the bard that is Tony Bradman and published by the great folk at Barrington Stoke. The Bookseller said of it "This entertaining novel, for readers aged seven to nine, features drawings throughout by Tom Morgan-Jones which have a touch of Ronald Searle about them: it also includes a section of 'Funne Activities for Boyes and Girls'. Perfect for reluctant readers and youngsters new to Shakespeare." You could have knocked me over with a quill pen. I recently illustrated a collection of 'Mission:Explore' missions for National Geographic, you are more than welcome to download the National Geographic BioBlitz PDF here Enjoy! In other other news, my latest satirical offering in game form 'The Hen Commandments' is available to order here Feel free to give the online egg randomizer a spin, to get a feel for what's in store. And may the Great Egg in the sky be upon you, or within you, or however you prefer your egg. I should tweet more, it wouldn't be difficult, if you fancy tweeting at me to get me going give it a go here:@TomMorganJones and if you follow us at @MissionExplore your mind might wiggle and you'll get to see more of my inkymess.