Ever since the portentious day her parents handed her a crayon, Marlowe has been illustrating. A Portland native and PNCA Illustration graduate, Marlowe draws inspiration from nature, myth, pop culture, and vintage Americana in her work. She is constantly experimenting and uses whatever tools she can get her hands on, resulting in colorful images that are brimming with unique textures and shape.
When she's not working, Marlowe can most likely be spotted at a garage sale, where she's haggling with an old lady over the price of a sweater.
AWARDS AND HONORS
Marlowe is the proud recipient of the 2017 Communication Arts Award for Excellence, the 2018 Girls Make Games scholarship to attend GDC, the 2017 Intel Diversity Scholarship, the PNCA Presidential scholarship, and the PNCA BFA Illustration Thesis Award for her work on Margaret's Blight.