Jacqueline Hudon

I'm a Canadian illustrator who grew up in the French village of Zenon Park, in north-east Saskatchewan. I moved to Calgary, Alberta, in 1998, and attended the Alberta University for the Arts.

I began my career working as a graphic designer while maintaining an illustration studio practice and later teaching an illustration class at AUarts. In 2009, my freelance pursuits took me to Europe, where I lived and traveled for a year and a half.

I moved back to Calgary in 2011, where I currently live and work as an illustrator.

I have illustrated 4 picture books:

• I Didn't Stand Up, Lucy Falcone, Clockwise Press, 2019.

• Charlie's Dirt Day, Andrew Larsen, Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2015.

• Bye, Bye, Butterflies! Andrew Larsen, Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2012.

• Painted Problems, Ann Cooney, 2007.


Partial Client List:

Clockwise Press, Pyjama Press, Fitzhenry & Whiteside Publishing, Today's Parent Magazine, Spider Magazine, Ladybug Magazine, Chirp Magazine, Peace Country Films, Utne Reader, Alberta Views Magazine, Brio Magazine, The Canadian Red Cross, Yard Creative, Sunterra Market, Exclaim! Magazine, Avenue Magazine, Active Voice, Shameless Magazine, The City of Saskatoon, Calgary Inc, Swerve Magazine, BeatRoute Magazine, Skipping Stones, FFWD, The University of Saskatchewan, The Canadian Rodeo News, Filament Magazine and many other lovely people throughout North America and Europe.