Sungyeon Joh is a children’s book writer, illustrator and animator living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is also known as Sansu (which means “mountain water” in Korean). Sungyeon studied printmaking at Korea’s Hongik University and animation at the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently, she is working as a lighting artist at Pixar Animation Studios. Sungyeon’s stories express her love for life and they also explore the mystery and magic of nature. Some of her influences include Paul Klee, Yuri Norstein, and Hayao Miyazaki. Sungyeon has graciously donated an exquisite print/collage piece to The Mother Hen Project. This photo does not do it justice. So beautiful. Thank you Sungyeon.