FOUNDER, BOSS WOMAN, GRAPHIC RECORDER
Born and raised in Danville, California, Abby is the founder of Roguemark Studios. She first learned to draw at the University of California-Berkeley, where she astounded students and professors alike with her visual notes. If she were to be any tree, she would be a birch tree.
Born and raised in Burlingame, California, Eliza studied illustration at the Rhode Island School of Design. She once befriended a cuddly two-toed sloth named Melaza. Eliza’s favorite villain is the stylish Yzma from “The Emperor’s New Groove.” Why? Because Yzma knows what she wants.
Born and raised in Alameda, California, Marisa studied geography at the University of California-Berkeley. If prompted, she can rattle off the history of Spam. Of all things hilarious and strange, her favorite are dog costumes, particularly those worn by Corgis and other short-legged pups.
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Beth attended the University of Oregon, where she studied comparative literature and creative writing. Like her cat, she is unusually adept at catching flies. Her spirit-shoe is a Dansko--sturdy, dependable, and questionably business casual.
Riley Van Muijen
Riley is the newest member of the RogueMark family. A true Californian, he spends his days basking in the sunshine. He steals socks, too.
Born in Michigan and raised in Massachusetts/ Mexico/ Utah, Mia attended Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Art, where she studied International Literary and Visual Studies and Printmaking. She knows more about apple pie than the average adult (go ahead, ask her). In an alternate life, she would be a botanist. She likes plants.
Born and raised in Fresno, California, Anne graduated from Stanford University and will be attending the University of Iowa’s medical school this fall. As any proper doctor should, she can wiggle her ears on command. Her guilty pleasure? Eating Japanese peanut-cracker mix and drinking kombucha while drawing at Roguemark.
Born and raised in Mumbai, India, Vrinda studied illustration and film animation video at the Rhode Island School of Design. She speaks many languages, including doggo. Her favorite word to say is "bowl." The more she says it, the weirder it sounds.