Nicholas Hong



His love for drawing began when he was a kid. He enjoyed expressing himself with his creative imagination through drawing tool and paper.

After first year of studying animation program at Sheridan Institute, he found his calling in art for animation and illustrations for picture book. After receiving a BA in Animation at Sheridan Institute in 2013, he made first step into Animation Studios in Vancouver, Canada, working as a designer and his clients are Nickelodeon and Dreamworks TV. In 2015, He had received Mentorship Award from Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators Conference in LA. In addition, working on Mural project for BC Children's hospital has also tremendous experience for him. These experience has encouraged him to continue to evolve and pursue his illustrative style that tells stories with warm mood and emotion. He is currently living in Montreal, Canada, has worked on feature animation at Cinesite as a visual development artist and now he is working on his own projects and working as a freelance art director for animation project at his home studio.

He appreciates every moment to be able to pursue creative projects that make people happy and add positive contents and value for children and all ages.


2015 Summer LA Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrator Mentorship Award