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Matt Williams
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Matt Camille Anderson Williams is a dynamic artist, illustrator, and author based in Brooklyn, known for his captivating storytelling through bold imagery. With a focus on Editorial, Advertising, and Publishing Illustration, Matt's work is a testament to his ability to infuse purpose, expressiveness, and humor into his work, drawing inspiration from his background in the Fashion Industry and his passion for portrait and figure drawing.

Having collaborated with esteemed clients such as The New York Times, British Vogue, and Apple, Matt's portfolio reflects his versatility and knack for delivering compelling visual narratives. His dream projects include partnerships with iconic brands like Adidas and entertainment powerhouses such as HBO and A24.

Driven by his interest in commercial and advertising work, book covers, and innovative illustration campaigns, Matt's artistic influences range from classical masters like Caravaggio to contemporary visionaries like Kerry James Marshall. His unique selling point lies in his adeptness at translating intricate ideas into captivating visuals.

In addition to his artistic pursuits, Matt is also a respected professor in the Illustration Departments at Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) and previously the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). With a Master's degree from The School of Visual Arts (SVA) and a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute, Matt continues to draw inspiration from the vibrant New York community as he contributes to both the art world and academia.