Daisy Church grew up in the tiny state of Delaware, but quickly realized that she was a West Coast spirit. She grew up in the rural countryside, surrounded by books, cartoons, animals and nature.
Daisy currently works and lives in San Francisco in mobile application and game development. She has most recently been focusing her professional energies into managing and leading art teams for games on iOS and Android.
Previously, she worked extensively as a flash broadcast animator in Los Angeles, working on various television shows, commercials, music videos and independent films, in addition to three of her own short animated films. Her work has been seen on Cartoon Network, HBO, MTV, Adult Swim, Nick Jr and Disney Playhouse, amongst others.
Daisy also loves to paint and work on her personal fine art, and actively exhibits her work in galleries worldwide. Her published works can be seen in Girls Drawin Girls Vol III and IV, as well as Hand-Made Illustration, published by Monsa.
Sometimes spooky, and sometimes cheeky, Daisy’s work bridges a divide between the worlds of fine art and illustration/ entertainment. Using a mixture of medias, from graphite to acrylic to colored pencils, Daisy’s work create parallels between femininity and nature; pop culture and history. World mythology and history also play a large role in the subject matter and stylistic influences of her work.
In her free time, Daisy loves to travel, read, and help curate and organize group art shows in the Bay area. She currently resides in San Francisco with her husband and artist partner in crime, Damon O’Keefe, their two cats and one horse.
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