Elvis Deane does a lot of different things. He scribbles in notebooks, makes cartoons, and always has at least one camera with him.
Born in Montreal, he attended Dawson College where he studied animation and television production. Later moving to Oakville, he took a novel writing class where he began to work on Pistachio the Tyrant and several short stories. In 2013, he wrote and directed the independent feature film Separation Anxiety, while writing several picture books, including Gran Zed & The Robot Revolution, The Smile Thief, and The Post-Apocalyptic Lullabye.
You can find him in Toronto, where he lives with his imaginary dog, Biscuit, and often attempts to tap dance. He can be reached at elvisATimpossibiliaDOTcom