Harvey Award winning artist José Villarrubia is the chair of the Illustration Department of the Maryland Institute College of Art. He has also been nominated for the Eisner Award twice and regularly works for all the major American comic publishers (Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse Publishing) as a colorist. His fine art photography has been shown internationally in over 100 exhibitions and is the collections of the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Inter-American Development Bank. As an illustrator he is best know for his collaborations with Alan Moore: Promethea, Voice of the Fire and The Mirror of Love. This year he completed the graphic novels "Gone to Amerikay" by Derek McCulloch and Colleen Doran and "Get Jiro" by Anthony Bourdaine, Joel Rose and Langdon Foss.