Native and Latina Princess Graphic Novels
Kayden Phoenix is a third generation Chicana from East LA. She was raised with the best movies from the 90's - Disney princesses and action films. After creating A LA BRAVA, Universe of Latina Superheroes, she delved into princesses so all ages can see themselves fairly in media.
Fernanda Lozado is a 2D animator and illustrator from Mexico City. She aims to improve and help grow the industry in Mexico and Latin America.
Fernanda was as a finalist in Pictoline's 1st Biennial of Illustration and won the 2017 Mexican Institute of Cinematography grant to produce her short film, Bouclette, set to premiere in festivals in 2021.
Animator by day and lindyhopper by night, Fernanda loves bringing her passion for goats, rollerskating, and all things vintage into her various animation works; while keeping an eye on the family business as a goatly unique ice-cream entrepreneur.
Aster Santiago is a Mexico City born and based digital artist and animator. They’ve been working on honing their skills as a storytelling artist since ever they could first hold a pencil, and have spent the last few years of their life trying to migrate to the United States to live with their wife, so stories about migration and the interconnectedness between the Mexican diaspora, queerness and perceived womanhood are very dear to their heart.
Phineas Conrad is a mysterious Mexican freelance artist who is looking for opportunities to get ahead in the difficult situation of his country. The family economic limitations, coupled with not living in a big city has cost him a lot to show off his talent, so lately he's using the networks to help give life to other projects and finally start his own.
Phineas is a person that part of his goals is to help make the dreams of others come true and in this case he wants to support the talent of women who have something to tell. He enjoys classical music and studying the lives of classical composers.
Sandra Romero is a first generation Mexican-American graphic designer based in Southern California.
Growing up, she was drawn to powerful female role models in cartoons and media. Sandra values her relationship and friendship with her mother. Following her mother's advice, she pursued higher education to be able to work on art, graphics, and work on projects with female leads for other little girls.