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Nathan Fox: “So, I had to become a storyteller.”

Nathan Fox
Nathan Fox: "So, I had to become a storyteller."  |  Art Business Journal
Artrepreneur Creative Careers Podcast
Nathan Fox: "So, I had to become a storyteller."
Nathan Fox: "So, I had to become a storyteller."  |  Art Business Journal
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Matt Rota sat down with Nathan Fox, Chair of the MFA Visual Narrative Department at the School of Visual Arts and award winning illustrator & comic book artist, to discuss how he went from editorial to comics and how he developed the skills to effectively craft visual narratives. To see Nathan’s work, visit his profile on Artrepreneur or pick up his latest comic, The Weatherman from Image Comics.

Matt Rota is an illustrator and an instructor. His clients include The New York Times, The New Yorker, Criterion, The LA Times, Harpers, The Washington Post and more.

About the author

Pamela Jean Tinnen

Pamela is a curator, writer, and art dealer who works for a lot of places and does a lot of things. In her spare time, which is on its face an oxymoron, she enjoys playing the drums and writing her forthcoming novel.

She lives in Queens with her husband and their rescue-terrier, who they really thought would have gotten bigger by now.

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