Sara Julia Campbell - Narrative Illustrator
I am a Swiss-born Freelance Illustrator and narrative artist based in Edinburgh. I create artwork out of my home studio and have been working professionally since 2015. In that time, I have worked on a great number of projects – big and small – for a variety of clients in several different countries. My background is in oil and acrylic painting but I now work mostly digitally with my WACOM Cintiq tablet. I am an alumna from the Edinburgh College of Art Illustration course, graduating in 2016.
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The Scottish Design Exchange, SDX, 51 George Street, Edinburgh
The Leith Collective, 1st Floor Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh
Aquila, 4 Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh
Selected summary. CV upon request.
Edinburgh College of Art, Illustration course graduate, BA First Class Hons. Selling products and commissions online and at craft fairs, comic conventions, exhibitions and general art events. Writer and illustrator of The Wizard and the Hat. Co-author and illustrator for the 'Kingdom of Awakening' webcomic series and 'Curses!' comic series.
'Curses!' comic series, 'Kingdom of Awakening' comic series, 'The Wizard and the Hat' book, Illustrator in 'Cocoon' by Russell Jones, Comic Artist in 'Living with Cancer' by the CHIP Collective, Greek God Collection art book, Editorial Artist for NinetyFour Magazine, The University of Edinburgh Prospectus Artist, Illustrator and Cover Artist for Shoreline of Infinity Magazine, Featured in 'Illustration: A Theoretical & Contextual Perspective' by Alan Male.
Languages: English, German, Swiss-German (native level) as well as Slovene (advanced) and French (basic). Technical: Digital Art, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro, Microsoft Office Suite, traditional painting skills.
ARA Academy of Realist Art, Edinburgh College of Art Summer School, Chelsea College of Arts Summer Drawing Course London, Glasgow School of Art Summer Painting Course, Papeterie Zumstein Drawing and Painting Course Switzerland, Comic Workshop with Mark Sasvary and Comic Workshop for Children with Diego Balli at Comic Festival Lucerne.