Jaime Anderson is a Minneapolis-based illustrator and educator. She is currently Assistant Professor of Illustration at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and previously taught illustration courses at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, BC. Driven by the challenge of visual problem solving, her illustration practice explores a wide range of print and digital applications from editorial and advertising to poster exhibitions and zines. Clients include: Resist!, Teen Vogue, The Growler Magazine, Dish Network, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Star Tribune, Wall Street Journal, and
Oregon Business Magazine. Her work has been recognized in the Society of Illustrators West, Applied ArtsMagazine, American Illustration, CMYK, Creative Quarterly, and DPI Magazine. Jaime’s work is also published in the illustration textbook entitled: The Power and Influence of Illustration by Alan Male.