Hi, I'm Noah! I'm a Boston-based freelance illustrator. I'm also a daydreamer, a traveler, a dancer, a leftist, a book lover, a believer in the power of language, and a nonbinary trans man from Georgia. I make art about lots of things, including gender, sexuality, body positivity, and mental health. I graduated from Lesley University in 2018, with a BFA in illustration and a minor in creative writing.
Through art, I hope to uplift my community, make space for reflection, and create a source of comfort in an uncomfortable world. My art is a celebration of softness and radical vulnerability. I believe in art as a means of healing from trauma and manifesting transformative change, at both individual and collective scales.
I am constantly inspired by the resilience and creativity of my community. I also find inspiration in poetry, psychology, magical realism, queer futurism, spiritual archetypes, Tarot, dreams, and the subconscious. I would love to illustrate an unconventional personal narrative with elements of surrealism, a queer love story in an otherworldly setting, or a book that celebrates trans historical figures who have paved the way for us today. I am interested in independent creative projects that promote positive change and direct action towards mutual liberation.
My past clients include Macmillan, Penguin Random House, Audible, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, New Harbinger Press, Boston Pride, Southern Fried Queer Pride, Transmasculinidad, Float Boston, The Verb Hotel, and others.
Are you looking for an illustrator? Let's collaborate! For book-related work, please contact my agent, Kelly Sonnack, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other inquiries, you can reach me directly through the form below.