Isaac (aka Yitzhak Yonaton) originally graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2012 with bachelor's degrees in Anthropology and Natural Sciences. He applies a research-driven skillset to cartooning, graphic design, and storytelling. He was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship grant in South Korea where he learned Korean and taught English as a second language to students at Daegu Joongang High School.
In 2016 Isaac completed his first comic book, Mr. Lee's Fruity Bing, a children's story that focuses on conflict resolution and introduces young readers to Korean culinary culture. Isaac's personal works are message-driven comics that range from educational children's stories to adult-themed satire.
Isaac's goal is to apply his foundations art and design education towards telling message-driven stories in comics, film and television. He currently manages the small publishing label Incubator Productions, which publishes authors' and artists' debut works.
Isaac's critical thinking skills, imaginative storytelling, and compellingly cute character designs make him an attractive fit for international collaboration in entertainment and brand design as an editor, writer, and illustrator. He is proficient in the graphic design tools Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, and is learning Adobe Premiere Pro.
Isaac holds a BFA from Savannah College of Art and Design in Sequential Art and is currently a Masters of Arts Management candidate at CMU Heinz College of Information Systems, Management, and Public Policy.