Select Clients: The New York Times Reebok POV x NFB RBC Sick Kids  Featured Publications:   New York Times  ( 2 ,  3 )  The Kit    Urban Outfitters   Sukeban Magazine   Women Who Draw   Ballpit Mag   Flare Magazine   Shows:  Exhibition 001, MUTTI Gallery, Toronto, On , 2018  Speaking Experience: ATM International Women’s Day @ Soho House, Toronto, 2019 University of Toronto, Creatives for Change, Toronto, 2018 Ryerson University, Intro to Fashion, Toronto, 2017  Ryerson University, Creative Industries Panel, Toronto, 2017

Select Clients:
The New York Times
Reebok
POV x NFB
RBC
Sick Kids

Featured Publications:
New York Times (2, 3)
The Kit
Urban Outfitters
Sukeban Magazine
Women Who Draw
Ballpit Mag
Flare Magazine

Shows:
Exhibition 001, MUTTI Gallery, Toronto, On, 2018

Speaking Experience:
ATM International Women’s Day @ Soho House, Toronto, 2019
University of Toronto, Creatives for Change, Toronto, 2018
Ryerson University, Intro to Fashion, Toronto, 2017
Ryerson University, Creative Industries Panel, Toronto, 2017

Visual Editor
Refinery29 Canada
Present

GXXRLS Creative Agency
Co-Founder & Creative Director
2016 - Present

Freelance Designer, Illustrator
2014 - Present

Education
Ryerson University - Fashion Communications BDes
2010 - 2014

As seen in the ‘failing New York Times,’ Yazmin Butcher is a graphic designer and illustrator living in Toronto. She graduated middle of her class from Ryerson University's Fashion Communications program and still managed to find gainful employment.

When she's not staring into her computer for work, you can find her staring into her computer for pleasure. Sometimes, just for kicks, Yazmin writes about herself in the third person.

Currently, Yazmin works as Visual Editor @ Refinery29 Canada and Creative Director & Co-Founder of GXXRLS Creative Agency.

Because she owes people money, she also freelances on the side.

 
All work © Yazmin Butcher 2019.

Previously

Designer @ Concrete
October 2017 - December 2017

Art DIrector @ Vitaly
May 2017 - October 2017

Copious Amounts of Learning and Growth
2014-2017