ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Papa Philip stumbled into the ‘building’ of videobooks when his then 4-year-old son inadvertently created a story in one of their father-son reading sessions.
He eventually had his son’s story published but also realised in the process that he has a knack for creating a different breed of interactive storybooks.
This videobook is the first of a series of similar storybooks he plans to create and publish.
Papa Philip was born and grew up in the Philippines. He later married and relocated to Malaysia before eventually settling down in Singapore.
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR
Alfred Sng lives in Singapore and works as a freelance illustrator.
His areas of expertise include Character Concept Art, Visual Development, 2D Animation, Illustration and Graphic Designs.
He graduated from Nanyang Polytechnic (Singapore), with a Diploma in Digital Media Design (Animation) in 2012.
Alfred was born single in 1991 and still remains very much so, up to the present.
ABOUT THE ANIMATOR
Sherrilynn Anastasia Suryana is a recent graduate of Singapore's Nanyang Polytechnic with a Diploma in Animation.
Sherrilynn started out as a freelance Flash animator.
She is a hardworking individual (according to her grandma) with passion and enthusiasm in film making, motion graphics and animation.
In her spare time, she enjoys playing the guitar and hanging out with her friends. Her future goals include film making and travelling.
ABOUT THE FUN EDITOR
Marcus L. Cua graduated recently from kindergarten in Singapore.
He is now attending primary school.
He created his first picture book story when he was just four years old.
Before that he was creating simple stories when attending his Shichida Method classes for toddlers.
Ever since after coming out with his first picture book story, he has been helping out his Papa Philip with the 'building' of the iStories .
His specialty lies in the testing out of the fun aspect of the stories. Occassionally he would also suggest some hilarious scenarios to liven up the stories.
Marcus 'loooves' his violin! At least that was what he always claim whenever his Mother threatened to throw it away if he refused to practise for his performances.
Marcus is a proud member of the Singapore KidsPhilharmonic Orchestra. He started playing the violin when he was three and learned it through the Suzuki method of training.