Ali Hinch is an Illustrator and Designer living in Toronto currently working at Inhabit Education illustrating and designing educational children's literature and content.
Besides illustrating children's books basically as soon as she could run off with her Illustration degree from Sheridan College, Ali has worked on a variety of unique projects. She’s taken a puppet design and acting workshop, aided in the building of puppeteering sets and illustrated concept designs for puppets that have been featured in Roselynn Akulukjuk’s award-winning short, The Owl and the Lemming (2016) and for Taqqut Productions’ television series Anaana’s Tent. She is credited as an Illustrator in season one of Anaana’s Tent as well as having a few of her books featured in their Little Storytime segment. Ali has also worked with musicians and artists to design CDs and promos for their work, notably, she has designed CDs for the annual Inuktut songwriting contest Qilaut from 2015 to present.
When she's not drawing, Ali wanders the streets of Toronto drinking iced tea and making new dog friends (when it's too cold out she just scrolls through dogs' Instagrams).
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clients: Meal Exchange, Nunavut Arctic College, Inhabit Media, Inhabit Education, Taqqut Productions, Nuvu Music, North Creative Films, Pikulu Designs, Qaggiavuut