Resume

Film


Shadowhunters S3 – 1st and 2nd Assistant Graphics (Credited as TAAD due to GAP status), Ep 1-7

Playing Dead Pilot – TAAD

The Expanse S3 – TAAD, daily

Murdoch Mysteries S11 – TAAD, daily

 

Non-Film Work


Jess Sheridan Illustration, freelance and gallery work

Houston Ballet, wardrobe intern

Art Gallery of Ontario, live comic artist in conjunction with the From the Forrest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia exhibit

Seneca College, life drawing TA and assistant to faculty

Open Studio, printmaker and office assistant

 

Publications


  • Making of an Android, webcomic – 2014-2015; on hiatus
  • 11:59, horror zine – Canzine 2014
  • Unexpected Places, kid-friendly zine – Canzine 2015
  • Outside the Expected, art zine – Canzine 2015
  • Funguy Fungal, 18+ zine – TCAF 2016
  • Bloom, art zine – Canzine 2016
  • The Letter Thief – Wayzgoose Annual Print Compilation 2017
  • The Letter Thief, children’s book – Wayzgoose 2017
  • The Desert King, fantasy zine – currently in production
  • DEMI, autobiographical zine – Fall 2017, debuted at TCAF 2018
  • My Radical Hijabi, autobiographical zine – currently in production
  • Mask Monsters and Super Freaks, art book – TCAF 2018

 

Events


  • Toronto Indie Arts Market April 2014
  • Canzine 2014
  • From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia
  • Editing Goes Global Vendor 2015
  • Seneca Live Comics Syria Refugee Fundraiser
  • Canzine 2015
  • TCAF 2016
  • Seneca Live Comics Syria Refugee Talk @ York U
  • Canzine 2016
  • Graven Feather’s In the Round 2016
  • Art Toronto 2016 (as part of Open Studio)
  • OCAD’s Art Book Fair 2016
  • Open Studio’s Artist Proof Sale
  • Graven Feather’s Holiday Art Market
  • The Lady Ball 2017
  • Wayzgoose 2017
  • International Print Center New York’s New Prints Summer 2017
  • Open Studio’s Artist Proof Sale 2017
  • TCAF 2018

 

Memberships


Chair of Seneca College Independent Illustration Advisory Committee

Director’s Guild of Canada

Open Studio

Faulty Sharpener

 

 

Education


Seneca College – Independent Illustration Diploma

Business-oriented illustration program focusing in all major illustration industries resulting in a strong understanding of both practical application and theoretical methodology.

University of Toronto – Honours Bachelor of Arts with Distinction, Major in English, Double Minor in Philosophy and Writing and Rhetoric

General Arts education used as a method of broadening my mind and increasing my knowledge and understanding of the world around me. Heavily influences my comics work, both in technical writing ability and abstract thinking.

Dalhousie University – Bachelor of Arts, Major in Theatre and Costume Studies

Theatrical and historical based program with costume design elements. Reference point for the majority of my current work in terms of costuming choices and understanding of fabric manipulation. Incomplete degree, transferred after second year.