George Pratt

George Pratt is a distinguished painter, graphic novelist, and filmmaker. His first novel, "Enemy Ace: War Idyll," has been translated into 9 languages and won awards for Best Foreign Graphic Novel in both England and France. His documentary film, "See You in Hell, Blind Boy," researches his travels through the Mississippi Delta for his novel of the same name. 
Pratt’s work is in private collections in the United States, Canada, Europe, India, and Japan, and has been exhibited in the Houston Museum of Fine Art and many galleries throughout the world. George was honored to be included in Walt Reed’s book “The Illustrator in America 1860-2000." He was also awarded a Gold Medal in the Spectrum Awards of 2002 and has had his work exhibited many times at the Society of Illustrators in New York. He continues to illustrate and design books and book jackets for various publishers, including: Random House, Henry Holt, Inc., Warner Books, Clarion Books, and Columbia Studios. 
Pratt has taught at Pratt Institute, VCU and is currently teaching painting and drawing at Ringling College of Art and Design.