Kim Sokol is a recent graduate of Sheridan College's Illustration program. She's a Toronto-area illustrator, diving headfirst into the freelance business. She works with ink, watercolour, and a copious helping of Photoshop to create bright, dynamic narrative illustration.
She's inspired by strange people, old hats, cars from before 1930, terrible movies, weird mythology, and eye-searing colours. She has found herself in such varied situations as a brief internship at the National Post, illustrating children's travel guides for Paris and Amsterdam, doing an animation for the United Nations World Food Program, and redesigning brochures originally made by a colour-blind engineer.
She's starting to get really uncomfortable with referring to herself in the third person.
Check out more of Kim's work in the Spotlight Gallery.