Rebekah Phillips

Rebekah Phillips - author and illustrator with her dog

“Hi there, my name is Bek and I love all things creative. As a child I used to copy the illustrations from my favorite picture books. I would then record myself reading the stories in various “voices” on my cassette player. As a teenager I would draw portraits of my teachers on the desks (terribly rebellious I know) and as a young adult at The Lyme Academy of Fine Arts, I loved drawing and painting the models from life. I feel incredibly blessed to be able to awaken my inner child by writing and illustrating children’s books! As one can probably tell I’m also quite the animal lover and most of my stories do have pets as the “main characters.” I also have a site dedicated to pets! www.bekspetportraits.com

Any questions feel free to contact me on my website www.rebekahphillips.com” -Bek

Rebekah Phillips Spencer is a graduate of The Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts and has won many academic achievement awards for her paintings as well as the “MCC Diversity in Painting Award”. She has has worked as an art instructor at The DARTI institute in Ct., as well as the curator for The Apsara Boutique and Gallery in South Windsor Ct. Her work is in numerous private collections throughout Connecticut and has been shown at The Cooley Gallery in Old Lyme Ct. Also a published songwriter, (under the name “Bek Phillips”) she has recently turned her attention from writing songs to writing and illustrating children’s books. She is currently working with fellow musicians to write stories supporting their various charities. “Piper was Afraid” is the first published book of seven in her series. She has illustrated numerous books for other authors including working on Kim Cameron’s series “Seaper Powers”

One of Rebekah’s poems is available on Short Kid Stories here: Piper Was Afraid

Sample work by Rebekah Phillips

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