Chantal Parent - Graphic Designer and illustrator.

Lives and works in Toronto, CA

Chantal has been wanting to weave narratives through illustration and graphic design since she was 8 years old. She excels at designing graphics and packaging that look and feel real both on camera and off camera. Chantal also has an eye for creating consistent graphics that look like they belong together in a scene. 

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After earning her bachelor's of illustration at Sheridan college Chantal began to work for film and television productions initially as a concept artist but has since then applied her knowledge of story telling, mood and a sharp eye for branding to assist in creating graphics for television shows and features as a first assistant art director. Chantal is versatile in her style working on a variety of productions, from kids programming to suspense feature thrillers. 

Previous Work Experience

Guest of Honor (2018 Feature)

1st Asst. Art Director

True Crime Series (2018 Documentary)

1st Asst. Art Director

Coroner (2018 Television Series)

2nd Asst. Art Director (Daily)

For inquiries regarding working availability please email chantalcreates@gmail.com

Dino Dana - The Movie (2018 Feature)

1st Asst. Art Director

Playing Dead  (2018 Television Pilot)

1st Asst. Art Director

The Lie (2018 - 2017 Feature)

1st Asst. Art Director

CV

Education

Sheridan College 2012

Ontario College Diploma

Advanced Special Effects Makeup, Prosthetics

and Props

Sheridan College 2011

Bachelors of Arts ( Illustration)

Christmas Next Door (2017 Feature)

1st Asst. Art Director

Workin' Moms Season 2 (2017 Television Series)

1st Asst. Art Director

Odd Squad Season 2 (2016 Television Series)

1st Asst. Art Director

Workin' Moms Season 1 (2016 Television Series)

1st Asst. Art Director

Odd Squad Season 1 (2015 Television Series)

1st Asst. Art Director / Illustrator

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When Hope Calls Season 1 (2019 Television Series)

1st Asst. Art Director

Ginny and Georgia Season 1 (2019 Television Series)

2nd Asst. Art Director