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Jason Bradshaw,


Matthew Daley


Rosena Fung


Shira Haberman

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Josh Holinaty


Illustrator Josh Holinaty has received honours from both the National Magazine Awards, American Illustration, and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, which honoured him for an eco-themed mural in Edmonton. He recently illustrated It’s Catching, a book written by Jennifer Gardy about the fascinating world of germs for Owlkids. Josh has also created illustrations for The Globe and Mail, Runner’s World, Alberta Venture and Wired, to name few. He lives and works in Toronto.


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Somya Singh

Somya was born in Edmonton, Alberta and grew up in London, Ontario. She is pursuing a career in comics, illustration and exhibition design. In 2012, she illustrated the IZZAT Project, a series of graphic narratives written by 6 South Asian women. Currently living in Birmingham, Alabama, Somya is an exhibit designer at the McWane Science Center, teaches illustration at the University of Alabama Birmingham and makes comics.


Fiona Smyth

Fiona Smyth is a Toronto based painter, illustrator, and cartoonist. Since finishing Central Tech’s high school art program in 1982 and graduating from OCADU in 1986, she has covered Toronto and elsewhere with her distinctive female charged graphics. Her art practice includes painting, murals, animation, comics, and illustration. Fiona’s extensive exhibition history has included group shows at the Art Gallery of York University, the Art Gallery of Mississauga and the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art as well as abroad in the USA, Mexico, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, France, Germany, and Venice.

Fiona teaches illustration and comics at OCADU and will be teaching in the AGO adult courses in 2015. Fiona’s first graphic novel The Never Weres was published by Annick Press in 2011. A collection of her Exclaim comics Cheez 100 was published by Pedlar Press in 2001. Fiona illustrated the picture book What Makes A Baby in 2012, written by Cory Silverberg and published by Seven Stories Press. The second book in the What Makes A Baby series titled Sex Is A Funny Word will be released in spring 2015.

Fiona’s comic Concession was created as part of a Toronto Arts Council funded project. The project titled The Maul shows teenage zombies embattled in a mall as a commentary on the cannibalistic commodification of young bodies by media and pop culture.

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