Preston Poulter (Writer / Creator): Does a lot of traveling, but calls Dallas his home. He completed his first movie, “Standoff at Sparrow Creek” which was filmed entirely in Dallas and is now on Amazon Prime. He enjoys using comics as a medium to explore story concepts in anticipation of movie production at a later date. His first creation was the White Lily miniseries, a story originally conceived at a poker table. He’s also the creator and writer of Guinevere and Divinity Factory.
Diana Greenhalgh (Editor / Inker): Hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, Diana is an accomplished illustrator and designer in comic books, licensed art, and film and television. Her work in comics as an inker and editor spans over a decade of independent and mainstream comic books, including work for Marvel and IDW. She’s also an official artist for Upper Deck Entertainment, providing art for licensed products, and has worked in film both as a prop artist for tv shows such as DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and as a one sheet designer for 20th Century Fox.
Lovalle Davis (Penciler for White Lily) was the penciler for issues 1 and 2 of White Lily until his unexpected passing in April of 2018. He started his career as an artist during the 90’s indie comic boom, co-creating several indie titles before stepping away from comic art in 2005 to pursue other interests. Lovalle returned to comics in 2012, producing covers and posters for National Press Comics before starting work at Pocket Jacks as an interior penciler. We have dedicated the White Lily project to his memory.
Joaquin “jake” Bilbao III is a freelance Comicbook Artist that has worked on titles like Bloodrayne, Pathfinder, Wolverine, and other Indie Comics like Crispus Caesar, Once Our Land, The Outlaw of Torn, The Monster Men and White Indian.
Rod Luper (Penciler for Guinevere and the Factory Society): From Sao Paulo, Brazil, Rod is the penciler for the Guinevere and the Factory Society. Rod works fulltime as a professional artist in advertising and marketing, but he enjoys drawing comics in his spare time.
Blonde the Colorist (Colorist): Currently out of Los Angeles, Blond works fulltime in the comic book industry. With over 20 years of professional experience, his work includes a multitude of titles from top publishers such as Marvel and DC, as well as work as a one sheet designer for 20th Century Fox.