Annelise Capossela is an award-winning illustrator living and working in New York City. She received her BFA from Savannah College of Art and Design and her MFA from School of Visual Arts. Annelise has created images and motion work for editorial, books, comics, advertising, surface design, and more. With her own work, and in teaching, Annelise's focus is on art with purpose, story, and heart. Originally from Vermont, whenever Annelise isn't drawing, she's probably ditching the city for the mountains.

Annelise teaches and lectures whenever she can. She currently teaches at FIT, a remote Continuing Education class in Motion Illustration at MCAD, and recently published a Flip Book GIF demo for Society of Illustrators.
Select clients
The New York Times, The New Yorker, Amazon Prime Video, NPR, Washington Post, Vanity Fair, The Hollywood Reporter, New York Magazine, VICE, Global Citizen, TASTE, Lenny Letter, Longreads, Buzzfeed News, BUST, Toggl, McGraw-Hill, Middlebury Magazine, Columbia Today, Family Circle Magazine; books such as TeNeus's Everyone Loves New York, UTNE's What Are the Arts and Sciences? A Guide for the Curious

Society of Illustrators 62 
American Illustration Chosen 37
Society of Illustrations LA 2017
American Illustration Selected 33
Applied Arts 2014

One Art Space / New York, NY
Roger Smith Hotel / New York, NY
Bushwick Open Studios / Brooklyn, NY
Gowanus Print Lab / Brooklyn, NY
Saint-Paul de Mausole / Saint-Remy de Provence, France
National Opera Lobby / Athens, Greece

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