Nahid Kazemi is the illustrator of two titles from Tiny Owl: Alive Again and recently The Orange House. Her work has absorbed so many attractions. To introduce her more to our audience, we asked her a few questions and she kindly replied to them. She lives in Montreal, Canada, so the conversation took place via email.
When did you start your profession as an illustrator?
I started my work in 2003 as an illustrator and graphic designer in a professional literature magazine named Asre Panjshanbe. It was an art magazine, which also included short stories. I started my job with illustrating those short stories. The executive editor of the magazine, Mr. Shahryar Mandanipour, is a famous writer in Iran. He asked me to work on his new book that was written for children so I got into the world of illustration with 1001Year written by Shahryar Mandanipour.