Sinyoke is a diligent, multi-disciplinary digital illustrator and writer searching for the opportunities to collaborate with other professionals and develop their skills to become an independent creative. By studying a Bachelors in Arts, they hope to furnish and develop their skills to establish a sturdy foundation for their future creative endeavours. Sinyoke is a recognised creative within the publishing industry in various countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, for their writing and artworks. They can capture a diverse audience—one spanning across a variety of genres and themes—and can produce a myriad of distinct works.
For their illustrative works, Sinyoke draws inspiration from a variety of styles and artists throughout history—their main influence being surrealism and portraiture—which has allowed them to produce and develop their series of commercial and private works. They have worked with a variety of small businesses and publishing houses as well as represented and published authors. Sinyoke searches to provide detailed and innovative works for each of their clients while catering to their specified needs.
As an author, Sinyoke has written a variety of unpublished novels. This assortment shifts between fictional adult and young adult work within genres such as fantasy, science fiction, and historical. Their current piece is a historical fantasy based during the tempestuous ruling of King Louis XIV. Sinyoke has participated in a plethora of online writing community events like NanoWriMo and Twitter pitching contests such as DVPit and Pitch Wars.
Sinyoke was raised in a small town in Australia. Though they had a relatively happy childhood, that did not come without countless trials and tribulations that shaped them into the independent, motivated, and imaginative person they are today.
Unlimited power in the hands of limited people always leads to cruelty.Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Be leery of silence. It doesn’t mean you won the argument. Often, people are just busy reloading their guns.Shannon L. Alder
All cruel people describe themselves as paragons of frankness.Tennessee Williams
A little about me, a little about you & the perfect project can be spawned.
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