Annette Wagner is the graphic artist who designed icons and fonts for the Apple Lisa computer, and later was a member of Apple Computer’s Human Interface team. Wagner later joined Sun Microsystems and worked on the Java team. After building a portfolio of 21 patents, loads of icons, designs, and products, she embarked on a career across a broader range of artistry. She studied painting with American master painter Sue Hoya Sellars and renowned Asian watercolor painter May Shei. Wagner learned Intentional Creativity® (IC) from Shiloh Sophia, the founder of the IC movement, and today is a certified Intentional Creativity Teacher. After her early focus on pixels, today Wagner focuses on media like acrylic, watercolor and ink, collage, sculpture, and web design.