Tim Paul is a Manhattan based illustrator and cartoonist. His work has appeared in such magazines as Lakeland Boating, Chicago Magazine, InsideCouncil, and NeXT magazine. Other clients have included The New York Times, InsideCouncel, MIT, Orbit Books, Catchwords, McGraw Hill and Marvel Comics and Disney Interactive as a colorist. He writes and publishes his own comics including his latest book, Kool Aid Gets Fired, a parody starring the Kool Aid man. Find out more about Tim Paul’s work on his website, timpaulillustrations.com.
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Nerissa Coker is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of CreativeArtsAdvocate.com. A graduate of Temple University, Fox School of Business, and Texas Southern University, Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Nerissa Coker is an analytical thinker and an appreciator of the arts. She’s worked in the fashion industry for several years in New York City prior to obtaining her law degree, taking on buying, production, and management roles. Her interests expand beyond just fashion to entertainment, media, and entrepreneurship. She loves the idea of linking the worlds of creativity, business, and law. Intellectual Property law is that link. She completed intellectual property coursework at New York Law School as a visiting student to further concentrate on this area. The purpose of this site is to support small businesses and help individuals protect their creative interests. Outside of work, Nerissa enjoys volunteering and serving on non-profit boards in her local community.