Matthew Woodson, a fulltime freelance illustrator from Chicago.
Matthew Woodson was born in the early 1980s. After his graduation at the School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2006, he was hired by Margeotes, Fertitta & Partners New York to create a series of illustrations for the Perry Ellis Fall/Winter campaign in 2006. That was the initial start of his career as a professional freelance illustrator.
Matthew Woodson still lives in Chicago where he works for a bunch of well-known clients such as American Express, Annabelle Magazine, Assics, Bon Appetit Magazine, The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, Boston Magazine, Business Week, Chicago Magazine, Complex Magazine, Dazed & Confused Magazine, ESPN, Far From Timid, The Folios Society, Forbes Magazine, Ford, Fortune Magazine, Glamour, Godiva, GQ, Hollywood Reporter, Image Comics, Intelligence Report, Jordan, Ladies’ Home Journal, Mazda, Men’s Health, Mondo Posters, More Magazine, Nelson Literacy, New York Magazine, The New York Times, Next Book, Nido, Norton Publishing, Pentagram, Popular Mechanics, Puma, Randomhouse Publishing, Royal Mail, Saint Louis Magazine, Scholastic Publishing, Serlina, SPIN magazine, Tiny Hamster, Type Records, Ubisoft, Unicef, United Airways, Vault Press, Vertigo Comics, Vogue, Western Living Magazine, and Wired Magazine.
In addition to his work for all these clients, he still finds the time to create some personal artworks. If you want to see more stuff created by this outstanding freelance illustrator, then do not hesitate and visit Matthew Woodson’s website.