Education  

    Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY  

    BFA in Fine Arts, minor in Art History.
            -Magna Cum Laude

            -Dean's List

 

    School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

    Continuing Education.

            -Courses in Cartooning and Figure Drawing

 

    School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

    Illustration and Visual Storytelling Residency.

            -Organized Residency-wide zine, “Sick”

Selected Works and Publication History    

 

Writer and Artist: Marshmallow Horns Volume 2. 2020, Kickstarter.
Alternative Cover Art: Mathy, Todd. Robots Versus Princesses. 2019, Dynamite.

Merchandise Design: Shand, Pat. Little Girl. 2019, Devil’s Due Entertainment.

Writer and Artist: Marshmallow Horns Volume 1. 2018, Kickstarter.

Writer and Artist: Anarchy Dreamers Volume 2.  2018, Kickstarter.

Writer and Artist: Votes for Women Original Comic Series. 2017, New York State Museum.

Contributing Writer and Artist: Shand, Pat. Destiny, NY, Volume 2. 2017, Space Between Entertainment.

Writer and Artist: Anarchy Dreamers Volume 1. 2017, Kickstarter.

Contributing Writer and Artist: Dirty Diamonds Anthology #7, Imagination. 2016, Dirty Diamonds.

Writer and Artist: The Curse of Janet Livingston. 2015, Clermont State Historic Site.

Writer and Artist: Punchy’s Sweet Life. 2015, Clermont State Historic Site.

Achievements

 

Raised $30,000 on Kickstarter — 2019

Crowdfunded $30,000 to fund the printing of original graphic novels and art book.

Guest of Kickstarter, Flame Con, New York, NY — 2018

Museum Association of New York Merit Award for Innovation in Collections Access, MANY Conference, Rochester, NY — 2018

For educational comic series, Votes for Women Original Comic Series, commissioned by the New York State Museum to accompany               “Votes for Women” Exhibit. 

     

DiNKY award for Best Anthology, DiNK Expo, Denver, CO — 2017

For comic The Ghost of Emily Livingston, included in Dirty Diamonds Anthology #7: Imagination.

    

Drunk Duck Reader’s Choice Awards, www.theduck.com — 2011

For comic Koji Takahashi [stops the world]

Winner— Best Fantasy Comic

Finalist— Best Manga Style Comic, Best Background Art, Best Plot Development, Best Use of Color. 

 

Selected Media Appearances and Conventions    

   

    “Emily Ree, 9 campañas de cómic en Kickstarter,” Vanacco, Youtube, 28 Mar 2019.

    “Comic Kick: Interview with Emily Ree,” Comic Kick, KOUG Radio, 11 Feb 2019.

    “Riiser Interviews Emily Ree (Anarchy Dreamers,)” WebcomicRelief, Youtube, 13 May 2018.

    “Keep Calm and Slay Nightmares in ANARCHY DREAMERS,” Macoto, Jennyfer. Comicsverse, 15, Apr 2018

    “Emily Ree” Best in Western Talent Showcase, Neo Magazine UK, 1 Jan 2018.

New York Comic Con, C2E2, MoCCA Fest, Small Press Expo, Salt Lake City Comic Con, Anime NYC, Diversity Comic Con, Women in Comics Con, Philly Zine Fest, Pete’s Mini Zine Fest, No Such Con, Electric City Comic Con, Anime Boston, Anime Next.

 

Public Speaking Events

History Comics Club: Connecting Students to Their Heritage One Panel at a Time.

New York Comic Con. NYPL, New York. 4 Oct 2018.

How’s The Comic Life Treating You?

No Such Con, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY. 23 Feb 2018.

History Comics Club: Connecting Students to Their Heritage One Panel at a Time.

2017 GHHN Conference. Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. 12 Oct 2017.      

History Comics Club: Connecting Students to Their Heritage One Panel at a Time.

Teaching The Hudson Valley Conference 2017. FDR Presidential Library, Hyde Park, NY. 25 Jul 2017.

    

     

emily.ree@yahoo.com 
© 2019-2020 Emily Ree. 

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