Thriller Author Phil Philips

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Phil Philips is known by friends and family as a renaissance man, into anything and everything.

Coming from a vast digital media background, with over fifteen years as a Senior Graphic Designer working in the advertising industry.

Phil thrives to create pieces of artwork, whether it’s designing a magazine layout, editing a video composition, painting in oils, or writing page turning thriller novels.

Phil Philips writing style has been linked to James Patterson and Matthew Reilly.

Phil lives in Sydney Australia and is the  author to two novels: Fortune in Blood and Mona Lisa’s Secret.

Having set Fortune in Blood in the city of Santa Monica, Phil took his family over to Los Angeles for a holiday and to do some research. He scouted locations and spoke with many locals in the area to give the novel that authentic feel.

Having been to Paris and having a love for art. Mona Lisa’s Secret followed soon after.

As both novels have a cinematic essence about them, Hollywood screenplays are also on the cards in hopes for the ultimate dream: a movie deal. It’s only a matter of time…

Phil Philips is a member of The Australian Society of Authors and the NSW Writers’ Centre.

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Fortune in Blood, is a page turner with short chapters and loads of action.
Steve Taylor

Fortune in Blood, hits the ground running and the pace never misses a beat.
John Thomas

Mona Lisa’s Secret is one of the best historical books I have read in a long time.
Peter Smith

Mona Lisa’s Secret needs to be made into a movie. I loved it.
James Cousins

Phil Philips with family at Universal Studios
Phil Philips with family at Universal Studios




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My personal oil paintings…

Phil Philips wildseapaintingThe oil painting above is titled the Wild Sea. It took me six months to paint her. I received a personal message from legendary artist Byron Pickering that I will cherish forever.
‘Hi Philip ~What a wonderful job you’ve done!  I’m proud of you for the fine workmanship! Thank  you for sending the image. I wish you all the best in your artistry. Warm regards, Byron Pickering.’

Phil Philips waterfall paintingThe oil painting above is titled The Waterfall. It was my first ever painting and I learned a great deal painting her.

Phil Philips breaking waves painting

The oil painting above is titled Breaking Waves. I was experimenting with the waves hitting the rocks creating an explosion of foam.

Phil Philips the Wave painting

The oil painting above is titled The Wave. I was experimenting with the bright turquoise water. Here I learned the art form of foam patterns.

Below are some of my cgi creations..

Phil Philips cgi coke bottlePhil Philips cgi coke lid

Phil Philips cgi riffle

Above is a fun Pirates of the Caribbean video I created with Aztec gold.
And yes, that’s my hand.