Rollins - Illustrator - Toronto, ON, Canada

Lindsay Rollins

Toronto, ON, Canada

Services

Illustrator

Summary:

I am proficient in the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash)
I specialize in comic and children's book illustration.

Work History

Illustrator

Captive Comics

From August 2013

Work-for-hire Illustration for independent super-hero comic series titled"Even-Off" by Salvatore Brucceleri. I am contracted to illustrate several issues before publication.

Head of Illustration and Marketing

Funky Bento Magazine

From September 2013

Running local independent magazine Funky Bento Magazine. Roles include Head of Illustration (drawing editorial illustrations and creating design templates for spreads), Marketing (contacting and meeting with prospective advertisers and running social media campaigns) and co-owner (overall handling of budgeting, purchases and management of business). Funky Bento is an Arts and Culture Magazine that highlights creative talent and businesses throughout Toronto. The magazine launched its first issue spring 2014.

Packer/Distributor

Robin White Sales

From August 2013

Labeled and tagged various accessories, organized merchandise for shipment as well as worked with team members to keep workspace neat and tidy.
Art Instructor

Art Instructor

Full Circle Daycare

November 2007 - October 2012

Coordinated art activities, organized daycare events, communicated with parents and children, worked in a team -oriented environment, kept space clean and organized as well as assisted children with schoolwork. I eventually enrolled at Seneca for the intensive illustration program, which did not allow me the time to focus on daycare work.

Projects

Funky Bento Magazine

Funky Bento magazine explores the creative, alternative side of Toronto by featuring local artists, businesses and trends. Content includes restaurant reviews, local business interviews and art features. Funky Bento also celebrates the cultural diversity of our city through it's design. The name, "Funky" meaning offbeat, odd, or quirky, as in appearance or style and "Bento" meaning Japanese bentō box lunch demonstrates our appreciation for Asian cultures and the strange, different and weird. We hope that with our magazine we can feature our great city as the huge eclectic and cultural playground that it is.

Funky Bento Magazine

The magazine will explore the creative, alternative side of Toronto by featuring local artists, businesses and trends. Content includes restaurant reviews, local business interviews and art features. Funky Bento also celebrates the cultural diversity of our city through it's design. The name, "Funky" meaning offbeat, odd, or quirky, as in appearance or style and "Bento" meaning Japanese bentō box lunch demonstrates our appreciation for asian cultures and the strange, different and weird. We hope that with our magazine we can feature our great city as the huge eclectic and cultural playground that it is.

Qualifications & Certifications

Independent Illustration

Seneca College of Communication Arts for the Independent Illustration

Independent Illustration

Wexford C.I.

Visual Arts Program

Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts

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