UPDATE: Jamie Bishop
Often inspired by his artistic superheroes Dave McKean, Frank Miller, Diane Fenster, and the ever-groovy René Magritte, Jamie enjoyed creating digital art. Recent work includes book covers for his father Michael Bishop’s Brighten to Incandescence and A Reverie for Mister Ray as well as Mike Jasper’s now ironically-named short story collection Gunning for the Buddha.
Despite a penchant for art, Jamie received both his B.A. and M.A. in German at the University of Georgia. Between 1993 and 2000 he lived for four years in Germany where he spent most of his time, in his words, "learning the language, teaching English, drinking large quantities of wheat beer, and wooing a certain Fräulein," Dr. Stefanie Hoder, who would later become his wife.
Jamie’s art portfolio, along with a dated version of his biography, can be found at http://www.memory39.com/, which is also the name of the piece of art above. The Los Angeles Times has an article about Jamie here.