I’ve been working as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer for many years, particularly in the area of educational and interpretive design (a subcategory of educational design that explains natural and cultural history to audiences visiting venues such as parks, museums, displays or exhibitions). As an illustrator, I work in a variety of media, both traditional and digital, in styles ranging from cartoons to loose impressionistic pieces to highly realistic representations to tightly controlled technical drawings. I have also been teaching graphic design related courses at Emily Carr University since 1996 and at BCIT since 2004. In recent years I’ve begun pursuing a passion for nature photography. You can find out more about what I do, and see more examples of my work, by visiting my website.
Artist InformationMediums: Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography
Nola Johnston Graphic Design & Illustration