Ginger Williams Cook is an artist, mother, and a workshop coordinator living in Jackson, Mississippi. Ginger is known for her illustrative, whimsical portraits; contemporary visions inspired by wandering through the nostalgia dreams of dusty antique shops. She accepts commission work, most notably personalized pet portraits that capture not just a visual likeness but also the glimmer of the pet's unique personality. Ginger's illustration of a cheerleading pyramid was recently featured on a bag of Stacy's Pita Chips for International Women's Month. She will be a published illustrator in the Spring of 2018 when a book written by Malcolm White-about Hal & Mal's, his landmark family restaurant and bar,-is released by The University Press of Mississippi.