Keri Dodge is a professional illustrator and designer based in New York. Keri is also a graduate of of the St. John's University Department of Fine Arts, with a focused concentration in illustration.
Traditionally trained but specializing in digital media work, Keri's carefully planned and imaginative work can be found in storybooks, in use for movie and film production development, on the pages of comic books and even in grammar school textbooks.
A lover of the outdoors and wildlife, Keri's appreciation of nature is abundantly visible in her artwork; she often jokes that she could have become a veterinarian or a zoologist if she had not been successful in art. With her nose in her sketchbook at the zoo, aquarium, or the museum, Keri is quick to capture a fleeting moment or motion with the flick of her pen or craft a well-rendered study with ease and speed.
Born and raised on Long Island, Keri's love of the ocean has landed her in Seaford where she lives with her husband.
"WORKS IN PROGRESS"
A ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY ALUMNI ART EXHIBITION
Curator and contributor
Spot illustrations for use in foreign language textbooks for children.
VOODOO PRODUCTION STUDIOS, L.L.C
Storyboards, character designs and illustrations for Zombie Chronicles short film
JAPAN DAY IN CENTRAL PARK
Cherry Blossom Centennial Celebration;
Official Artist Finalist
Illustration used to show the correlation of mood and color in Design Elements and Fundamentals by Aaris Sherin
CLIFF MILLER PRODUCTIONS
Character designs and production maquettes for
TIME FLIES (short-form digital comic)
Story and illustration
EDWARD BASS FILMS
Storyboard art for Belle the Film
SEAFORD WELLNESS COUNCIL
Annual "Hot Chocolate Run" t-shirt design