Prentis Rollins is a longtime veteran of the American comics industry, having contributed pencils and/or inks to Hardware, DC: One Million, JLA: Incarnations, Batman: The Ultimate Evil, Green Lantern: Rebirth, the New X-Men and many other titles. He is the author of the graphic novel The Furnace, Survival Machine, How to Draw Sci-fi Utopias and Dystopias and The Making of a Graphic Novel. He lives with his family in London. You can follow Prentis on Instagram or Twitter or his website, prentisrollinsart.com
S.J. Miller is a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Illustration/Communication Arts. During her time at SCAD, she was awarded the Jay Kennedy Memorial Scholarship from the National Cartoonist Society. Currently she's based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Her favorite things include science fiction, horror, film, comics, and finding exciting new ways to tell stories. She enjoys drawing interesting people and making the horrific beautiful and enchanting. You can see more of her work at her website. And if she's working, you can watch it live!
J.Moses Nester was the illustrator and inker for Books 1 and 2 of The Jekyll Island Chronicles. Moses was also a graduate of SCAD and was in the original class of students we recruited to work on the initial JIC project. We are grateful to him for his work on the first two books of the trilogy.
Steve Nedvidek, one of the JIC creators, has been doing art layouts for all three of the JIC volumes. He has graduated from pencil on paper to using an app to create the compositions for just about every page of the trilogy. One of his favorite activities is to work on pages at night, while watching tv with his wife, Sue, crocheting next to him (insert yawn here...)