Wallace E. Keller was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. A graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, he began his career as an illustrator in New York, creating illustrations for periodicals (New York Times Book Review, Business Week, Ms., Psychology Today) and children’s educational textbooks for various publishers (Scholastic, McGraw-Hill, Houghton Mifflin) as well as animation design for animation studios (Dora the Explorer) and ad agencies (McDonalds “What’s On Your Plate” PSA campaign). He wrote and illustrated “The Wrong Side Of The Bed” which was published by Rizzoli International in ‘92 and was converted into an interactive e-book app (in optional stereoscopic 3D) in 2010 through the app development studio he co-founded, See Here Studios LLC. “The Wrong Side of the Bed” app was a best seller and received a Kirkus Star. His next book app project, “Fam Bam: Got To Have Music,” was selected as a Best App for Teaching and Learning by the American Association of School Librarians. Wallace currently devotes his time to developing book and animation projects at his Gilman Street Studio in Berkeley, California.