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About Jim Field
Jim Field is an illustrator, character designer and animation director.
From music videos and title sequences to illustration and picture books, Jim has worked on a variety of projects.
Jim has won multiple awards for the children's books he has illustrated; including the Lollies, The Roald Dahl Funny Prize, The Evening Standards Oscars Prize and The Sainsbury's Award.
He was the 5th bestselling children's book illustrator of 2018.
Jim has illustrated children's books with Kes Gray, Rachel Bright, Julian Gough, Michelle Robinson, Michael Broad, Jeanne Willis, Steve Cole, comedian David Baddiel and Sir Michael Morpurgo.
Jim now lives in Paris with his wife, daughter and a small grumpy cat.
Oi Frog! written by Kes Gray and published by Hodder Children's Books
Winner of the Bishops Stortford Picture book Award
Nominated for the Kate Greenway 2015
Shortlisted for Peter's Picture book of the year 2015
Winner Portsmouth Children's book Award 2016
Nielsen Silver Award 2019
Oi Dog! written by Kes & Claire Gray and published by Hodder children's Books
WINNER OF THE ENGLISH ASSOCIATION 4-7 FICTION PICTURE BOOK AWARD 2017
WINNER OF THE FCBG YOUNGER CHILDREN'S CATEGORY 2017
WINNER OF THE LOLLIES PICTURE BOOK CATEGORY 2018
SHORTLISTED FOR THE BRITISH BOOK AWARDS 2017
The Lion Inside written by Rachel Bright and published by Orchard Books
WINNER OF THE UKLA BOOK AWARD 2017
Shortlisted for The Evening Standard Oscar's Book Prize 2016
Longlisted for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Prize 2017
The Koala Who Could written by Rachel Bright and published by Orchard Books
Winner of Evening Standard Oscars award 2017
The Parent Agency written by David Baddiel and published by HarperCollins
Winner of the Lollies 2016 Children's 9 - 12 yr old category
There's a Lion in My Cornflakes written by Michelle Robinson and published by Bloomsbury
Winner of the first Sainsbury's Children's Book Award 2014
Cats Ahoy! written by Peter Bently and published by Macmillan
Winner of The Booktrust Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2011
Nominated for the Kate Greenaway 2012