Meags Fitzgerald is a Montreal-based artist and an award winning illustrator, graphic novelist and stop-motion animator. Her talents also include improv comedy and live storytelling. You can support her work on Patreon, and hire her for a mentoring session on Mentorly.
Fitzgerald is the author and illustrator of the non-fiction graphic novel, Photobooth: A Biography (Conundrum Press,) the graphic memoir, Long Red Hair (Conundrum Press) and its French translation, Longs Cheveux Roux (Éditions Pow Pow.)
Her illustration and comics clients include T-Mobile, Burt's Bees, The National Post and Bitch Magazine. She also specializes in poster and shirt designs for arts events.
Fitzgerald regularly delivers lectures and workshops at post-secondary institutions and cultural centres. In the 2014-15 academic year, she was a thesis advisor for the Centre of Cartoon Studies.
In 2009, Fitzgerald earned her Bachelor's of Fine Arts Degree in Drawing from the Alberta College of Art + Design and in 2012 she completed a Post-Degree Certificate in Design from the Nova Scotia College of Art + Design University.
When she's not drawing or performing, Fitzgerald is learning aerial silks and trapeze with the circus.
For commissions, and speaking and teaching engagements, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, for the curious, her name is pronounced Megs.