Kara Sievewright is an artist, designer, and writer who is interested in translating complex information, stories, and ideas into meaningful graphics and visual narratives.

She creates comics, illustrations, infographics, posters, websites, logos, data visualizations, and graphic design for print and web. She also does live graphic recording and visual facilitation and works with with Co+Host, a facilitators’ collective on Haida Gwaii.

She has a background in creative writing and community organizing and has been working with non-profit, social justice, health, legal, environmental, and education organizations for the past fifteen years.

Kara has also published many fiction and non-fiction comics in magazines and anthologies. She has a MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and is a collective member of the Graphic History Collective. You can see more of her art and comics on makerofnets.ca.

Kara is based in Daajing Giids Queen Charlotte, Haida Gwaii, a small town on an archipelago off the north coast of British Columbia, and she works with clients locally, across the province, and nation-wide. She is thankful to work and live as a settler on unceded Haida territory.

Select Clients:

The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario

Bird Studies Canada


Courthouse Libraries BC

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Council of the Haida Nation

Haida Child and Family

School District 50

Doctors of BC


Success by Six

Gwaii Trust

Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation

Between the Lines

Parks Canada

Laskeek Bay Conservation Society

Swiilawiid Sustainability Society

Haida Gwaii Arts Council