The Katurran Odyssey: An Epic Adventure of Courage, Discovery, and Hope
Design Studio Press
July 19, 2019
9.9 X 11.0 X 0.6 inches | 2.25 pounds
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About the Author
David Michael Wieger's ability to create compelling characters has attracted collaborations with several leading actors, including Dustin Hoffman and Malcolm McDowell. As a screenwriter, David received a prestigious Sundance writing scholarship for "Ziggy." He has written screenplays for many of the major studios including: "Judy and John Carlo" "Frequent Flyer," "Faeries" (Sony) "Blackbeard & Grace" (Turner Films) "Hawaii Five-0" (co-written with W.Peter Iliff, Touchstone) and "Headcase" (Punch Productions, Newline.) David has seen his film Wild America produced (Warner Brothers) and recently finished "Major" a film about America's first sport's hero - Marshall "Major" Taylor. His plays: "Gentlemen's Club," "Dovetail," and "Cows and other American Heroes," have been produced to critical acclaim in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York. David lives in Santa Barbara, California with his wife, Caitlin, and his son, Zander.
Terryl Whitlatch is an accomplished, scientifically and academically trained illustrator who extensively studied vertebrate zoology and animal anatomy. She has worked for various zoos and museums in the United States and as senior consultant on Wildlife Art and Animal Anatomy for the World Wildlife Fund. She is considered to be one of the top creature designers and animal anatomists working in the field today. In a career spanning more than 25 years, Whitlatch has many projects to her credit, including Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars: The Special Edition, Jumanji, Men in Black, Brother Bear, Dragonheart, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Curious George, The Polar Express, and Beowulf. For over seven years, she worked for Lucasfilm, Industrial Light & Magic, and George Lucas's JAK Films. Her illustration skills and comprehensive knowledge of animal anatomy and movement are essential in the development of believable creature creation.