Edward Dennis is visual storyteller who has worked with brands such as Toyota USA, Yakima racks, Disney, Giant/Liv Cycling, Sesame Street, Shimano, Epic Rides, Corel, Anheuser-Busch, Western Union and Giordana cycling. He has been in publications like Mountain flyer: the mountain bike journal, ImagineFX, Bicycling Magazine,Backcountry magazine, Outside business journal, Pure Nintendo and Nintendo force. Edward has been featured also in the Hispanic Star rising stars Volume 3for his contributions to Latino excellence. Edward has spent 10 years teaching public education in which he was an Americorp member. He has also worked on several video games such as Super Ubie Island, Up Up Ubie and currently Super Ubie Island 2. Edward’s debut children’s book which he wrote/illustrated titled “The boy from Mexico” is also out published by Mango publishing. In his free time Edward enjoys all forms of cycling, especially when it’s in the wilderness. Edward currently lives between Los Angeles, California and Phoenix, Arizona where he works as a freelance artist. He has 2 life goals, first that children of color will be inspired by him and that his children's books have an impact on youth and how they view the world.
Edward has been featured on Univision, TV Azteca, Telemundo and CNN for his work.
"Change lives through visual storytelling no matter how young or old."
Technical Program Proficiencies
Adobe Creative Cloud, Corel Painter, Microsoft Office Suite, Construct 3"