Philip A. Buck is an artist and illustrator from in Gallatin, Tennessee.  He graduated from Carson-Newman University with a B.A. in Art with minors in Art History and Film. He has done freelance art and illustration for clients such as Doner and Busch Brothers. His work has been featured in publications including San José State University’s journal, Reed, as well as 26+ illustrations for The Amplifier, Knoxville’s street paper benefiting the homeless. He also paints watercolors of gnomes. 

    "PAB blew us away with his first illustration. ...Often, his artwork helped me form just the right words. Or decide the best direction to go. Philip has been a joy to collaborate with. When I've been deadline-stressed, discouraged or uninspired, he's helped me through it."   
- Leslie Judson, The Amplifier