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Do Babies Look More Like Their Fathers

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Sarah Jung

Sarah Jung

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Sarah Jung is an illustrator and children’s book writer. She has a B.F.A (2017) in Illustration, creative writing and book arts from Maryland Institute College of Art. Sarah was born in the state of Maine, and grew up in Vancouver, Canada. Raised in a Korean household, her experiences of varied cultures made her a fluid writer and illustrator that she is today. She enjoys listening to stories from different walks of life, and her unique yet nostalgic illustrations evoke the idea of children’s memories and points of views. She is inspired by those around her, and the childhood memories she holds dear to her heart. Sarah’s goal as a story-teller is to bring forth the stories that often go forgotten, as well as tap into stories that may seem too painful or difficult to face. Sarah currently resides in Baltimore, MD working as a freelance illustrator with her friends. Clients include Adobe, Adweek, Brandywine Museum, The Atlantic, and Scholastic.


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