Corey Egbert: Mormon Illustrator

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Corey Egbert Mormon Illustrator

Corey Egbert is a designer and illustrator. He has created art for books, posters, album covers, and logos, to name a few media. He has illustrated several children’s books, including I Can Pray Every Day (by Catherine Christensen); The Holy Ghost Is Like a Blanket and I want to Be Baptized (by Annalisa Hall); Stars, Stockings and Shepherds (by Shersta Chabot); and I Hope They Call Me on a Mission (by Benjamin Hyrum White). He illustrated several books in the Niuhi Shark Saga by Lehua Parker. He also wrote and illustrated If Dinosaurs Could Talk for Me.

Egbert has shown his work at juried art shows where he has received several awards. He worked at both Snow College and Southern Virginia University as a graphic designer. He also studied art at both institutions.

Although he was reared in Utah, he and his wife, Natalya, moved to Virginia where he earned his bachelor’s degree from Southern Virginia University. They live in the Shenandoah Valley with their son. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


Corey Egbert Mormon Illustrator
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